They say one man's trash is another man's treasure, and the same holds true for national treasures. They're everywhere, and we often take them for granted.
More than 70 million tourists visit the country every year, because there are more than 60 national parks, 150 national forests, 100 national monuments and 2,500 historic landmarks in the country. We lead the world in sports and entertainment, and some of the biggest celebrities call the country home. We may not be as great as France or Italy in terms of culinary advancement, but we invented hamburgers and s'mores. Where ever you look, the country is full of treasures.
What do you know about the best America has to offer? Do you know the tallest mountain in the world or where the American crocodile lives? Can you name the most popular foods from each state? Do you know the nicknames of the most popular cities or the most visited national forest or why the Smoky Mountains are smoky?
Put your knowledge of America to the test and see if you can name all of these national treasures. The land is full of distinctly American foods, forests, drinks, parks, celebrities, athletes and more. Can you name them all?