Do You Know in Which State You Can Find These Things?

By: Kennita Leon

Do You Know in Which State You Can Find These Things?
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About This Quiz

The United States is a country that has been blessed with beautiful natural resources and amazing man-made structures and has been gifted with statues and the like from friends abroad. All of these things together means that within the U.S., you'll get some of the most recognizable landmarks, not only in the country but around the world. From the Alamo to the Mississippi River and the Carlsbad Cavern to Arches National Park, these are some of the most visited sites in the United States. And we'd like to find out if you know in which state these fantastic sites are located.

So we'll show you a picture of the landmark and include a tiny clue with each question. Then you will have to try to figure out which state each landmark is in and hope that your answer is correct. And you don't have to be American to get them correct, either, because most of them are places that travel lovers, architecture fans and people in general know. 

If you think you know enough about the United States to not only know what their most famous landmarks are but also where they're located, it's time to get started on this quiz. 

Statue of Liberty In what major American city's harbor would you find the Statue of Liberty?
Hawaii
Alabama
New York
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture gifted to the U.S. by France in the late 19th century. Located at Liberty Island, the copper statue was designed by French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and built by Gustave Eiffel, whose name you might recognize from another famous structure.
Iowa

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Mount Rushmore Mount Rushmore, an ode to some beloved presidents, is found in which state?
Kentucky
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore, designed by Gutzon Borglum, is an enormous granite sculpture which features the 60-foot-tall heads of four American Presidents -- George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
Illinois
Arizona

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Golden Gate Bridge Where do you think the 4,200 foot-long Golden Gate Bridge is?
Connecticut
California
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans across the one-mile-wide Golden Gate Strait. Construction of the bridge spanned from January 5, 1933, to April 19, 1937, and it officially opened on May 27, 1937.
Florida
Maine

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Liberty Bell Where is the Liberty Bell, a symbol of independence, located?
Minnesota
Nebraska
Pennsylvania
The Liberty Bell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is an iconic symbol of American independence. Inscribed onto the bell is a Biblical reference from the book of Leviticus which reads, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants Thereof."
New Hampshire

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Hoover Dam Can you tell us where one can find the Hoover Dam, a structure constructed during the Great Depression?
Nevada
The Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam that was dedicated on September 30th, 1935. Over 100 construction workers died on the job during the course of its construction.
California
Massachusetts
Hawaii

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Grand Canyon Where is the Grand Canyon?
Missouri
Iowa
Alabama
Arizona
The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River's rushing waters during the past 70 million years. The Pueblo Native American tribe has lived in this region for thousands of years.

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The Alamo Museum In which state would you find The Alamo museum?
North Carolina
New Mexico
Texas
The Alamo, situated in San Antonio, Texas, is part of the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site. It is currently a museum and was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836.
Arizona

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The Space Needle The Space Needle is a unique aspect of what state's largest city's skyline?
Illinois
Connecticut
Kentucky
Washington
The Space Needle is an icon of Seattle, Washington. Designed by John Graham & Company, the tower was constructed in 1961 for the Seattle World's Fair.

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Old Faithful Where would you find Old Faithful, America's most famous geyser?
Nebraska
Maine
Wyoming
Old Faithful is a geyser situated in Yellowstone National Park in the state of Wyoming. This geyser spouts between thousands of gallons of boiling water at a regular interval of about an hour, and it can reach nearly 200 feet!
Florida

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Mt McKinley In which state would you find Denali, the United States tallest peak?
Massachusetts
Alaska
Mt. Denali, formerly known at Mt. McKinley, is the highest mountain peak in North America. It is located in the Alaska Range and has an elevation of 20,310 feet.
California
Minnesota

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Pearl Harbor In which state is Pearl Harbor, the site of the attack on the U.S. by the Japanese in 1941, located?
Hawaii
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The harbor was the site of the 1941 attack on the U.S, which led to American entrance into WWII.
Arizona
Iowa
New Hampshire

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French Quarter Where can you find the French Quarter?
Louisiana
The French Quarter, also called Vieux Carré, is the oldest city section in New Orleans, Louisiana. You can find Bourbon St and lots of Mardi Gras activities in this area of the city.
Missouri
Illinois
Hawaii

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Kennedy Space Center Where is the Kennedy Space Center, once called the NASA Launch Operations Center?
Florida
The Kennedy Space Center is a great place to learn about the history of the Space Race, the future of Space exploration, and even see a launch, if you're lucky. Launches take place more often than you might imagine!
Kentucky
Alabama
Connecticut

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Gateway Arch Gateway Arch is an over 600-foot-tall arch located in which state?
New Mexico
Maine
Missouri
Located in St. Louis, the Gateway Arch is sometimes known as the "Gateway to the West." Not only is it the tallest man-made monument in the United States, it's also the tallest arch in the world.
Nebraska

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Crater Lake Which state does Crater Lake call its home?
Massachusetts
Oregon
Crater Lake is the primary feature of the Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. The lake is famous for its deep blue color and beautiful clear water.
Florida
Iowa

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Portland Head Light The Portland Head Light was built over 200 years ago, but where?
Minnesota
Illinois
California
Maine
The rocky shores of Maine are home to many lighthouses, but few are more majestic than the Portland Head Light. Curiously, it's located in Cape Elizabeth, not Portland.

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Willis Tower The Willis Tower was once the tallest building in the country. Where would you need to go to see it?
Arizona
Illinois
The Willis Tower is a 110-story skyscraper, formerly known as the Sears Tower from 1973 to 2009. At its completion, it surpassed the World Trade Center as the tallest building, a title that was held for nearly 25 years until the completion of the Petronas Towers in 1998.
Hawaii
Connecticut

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Fort McHenry Fort McHenry can be found in what state?
Maryland
Fort McHenry is a pentagonal fort that had a major role in the War of 1812. In fact, it's where Francis Scott Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner.
Alabama
North Carolina
Kentucky

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Mystic Seaport Where is the Mystic Seaport, the largest maritime museum in the country, located?
Maine
Connecticut
Mystic Seaport, located in Mystic, Connecticut, features a collection of sailboats including the Charles W. Morgan, as well as meticulously restored historic buildings. And just down the street is Mystic Pizza!
New Hampshire
Ohio

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway Can you tell us where the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indy 500, is found?
Nebraska
Missouri
Indiana
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a racing circuit and the former home of the United States Grand Prix. You can listen to many years of broadcasts from the speedway or catch a race yourself if you're driving through the "Crossroads of America."
Florida

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Atlantic City Boardwalk The Atlantic City Boardwalk is the most popular boardwalk in which state?
Iowa
Illinois
Connecticut
New Jersey
The Atlantic City Boardwalk is also the basis for the board game Monopoly. It was opened in the late 19th century, which must have been a wonderful novelty for Victorian beachgoers.

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The Breakers The Breakers, a Vanderbilt mansion, is a historic landmark. But where is it?
Massachusetts
California
Rhode Island
The Breakers is a Vanderbilt mansion that has been a National Historic Landmark since 1994. Located in Newport, the mansion is open for visitation on a year-round basis and is currently owned by the Preservation Society of Newport County.
New Mexico

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Glacier National Park Glacier National Park has more than 130 lakes and is the home of over 1000 different species. Where can you find it?
Alabama
Minnesota
Montana
Glacier National Park is an American national park situated in Northwestern Montana, bordering Canada and the United States. The park consists of over 130 lakes and a vast ecosystem with more than 1,000 species of plants and hundreds of animals. Unfortunately, the glaciers the park is known for are melting away, and soon there will be no glaciers at all inside the park.
Arizona

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Where do you think the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, established by Atlantic Records, is?
Kentucky
Florida
Ohio
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a museum established by Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun in 1983. Some recent inductees include Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, and Janet Jackson.
Hawaii

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Mesa Verde National Park Which state can Mesa Verde National Park be found in?
Nebraska
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park is home to thousands of archaeological sites of the Pueblo Nation, who made their home in the area for hundreds of years. Aside from hiking and taking in the views, you can also visit research and archaeological museums.
Illinois
Maine

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Arches National Park In which state would you find Arches National Park, a place composed of natural sandstone arches?
Utah
Arches National Park is eastern Utah, composed of over 2,000 sandstone arches. One of its best-known formations is the Delicate Arch, a 60-foot-tall freestanding natural arch.
Connecticut
Missouri
New Hampshire

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Henry Ford Museum Where would you find the Henry Ford Museum, a place for legendary American automobiles, among other things?
North Carolina
Massachusetts
Iowa
Michigan
The Henry Ford Museum is a large indoor-and-outdoor museum located in Detroit. Collections include the Rosa Parks bus, Thomas Edison's laboratory and the presidential limousine of John F. Kennedy.

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Chimney Rock Chimney Rock is a geological formation that rises over 4,000 feet above sea level. Where is it?
New Mexico
Nebraska
An important landmark for westward travelers on the Oregon Trail, Chimney rock was among the most frequently mentioned place pioneers discussed in their journals. It must have been quite a surprise rising up from the otherwise deserted plains.
California
Minnesota

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The Painted Canyon The Painted Canyon is filled with colorful rocks, but where is it found?
Kentucky
Alabama
Florida
North Dakota
The Painted Canyon is a valley situated in Billings County, North Dakota. The region acquired its name due to its bands of colorful rocks. The canyon also has a nature trail, which offers the chance to view wildlife.

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Fenway Park Can you tell us where Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, is?
Hawaii
Arizona
Massachusetts
Fenway Park is the oldest baseball stadium in Major League Baseball, and is home to the "Green Monster" in left field. The Green Monster is the highest wall in an MLB stadium, but it wasn't painted green until 1947.
Illinois

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Route 66 Where can you find Route 66, probably the most well-known road in the country?
Maine
Oklahoma
Route 66, also known as the Will Rogers Highway, was a historic route that ran west to northeast across the state of Oklahoma. The path is now taken by the State Highway 66 and the Interstate 40.
Nebraska
Connecticut

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Fort Sumter Two important battles took place at Fort Sumter. But which state is it located in?
South Carolina
Fort Sumter, located in Charleston, South Carolina, is a sea fort where two American Civil War battles occurred. It is operated by the National Park Service and is open for public tours as part of the Fort Sumter National Monument.
New Hampshire
Missouri
Ohio

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Carlsbad Caverns Can you tell us where the Carlsbad Caverns, a cave system which features a limestone chamber, are?
Iowa
New Mexico
The Carlsbad Caverns is the primary attraction of the Carlsbad Cavern National Park. It features a large limestone chamber, called The Big Room which is the fifth-largest chamber in North America.
Oregon
North Carolina

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Monticello In which state can you find Monticello, a plantation that was once owned by Thomas Jefferson?
Massachusetts
Hawaii
Arizona
Virginia
Monticello was the main plantation of Thomas Jefferson and is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jefferson designed the main house himself and began working on it at 26 years old, shortly after inheriting land from his father.

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Mall of America Where would you find the Mall of America, the fifth-largest mall in the country?
Florida
Alabama
Minnesota
The Mall of America is the fifth largest shopping mall in America and the twelfth largest in the world. There's even an aquarium inside!
Kentucky

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New River Gorge Bridge Where is the New River Gorge Bridge, a steel bridge over 3000 feet long, located?
Minnesota
West Virginia
The New River Gorge Bridge is a steel arch bridge and the fourth-longest bridge in the world, measuring 3,030 feet long. With an arch measuring 1,700 feet long, it is one of the world's highest vehicular bridges and the third highest in the United States.
California
Illinois

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Wright Brothers Memorial Where can you find the Wright Brothers Memorial?
North Carolina
The Wright Brothers National Memorial is a memorial commemorating the world's first successful airplane built by the Wright Brothers. The museum features a field and hangar used by the siblings, a visitor center and a memorial tower with their names inscribed onto it.
Connecticut
Maine
New Hampshire

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Graceland Where would you find Graceland, once owned by Elvis Presley?
Nebraska
Missouri
Hawaii
Tennessee
Graceland is a mansion on a large estate, once owned by singer Elvis Presley. Currently owned by his daughter Lisa Marie Presley, the mansion has been a National Historic Landmark since 2006 and is the second-most visited house in the United States.

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Mount Washington Mount Washington, called Agiocochook by Native Americans, can be found in which of the following states?
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Mount Washington is the highest peak in New England and is referred to by the name Agiocochook by some Native Americans. Measuring 6,288.2 feet above sea level, the mountain is known for its erratic weather, with a record wind speed of 231 mph.
Iowa
Kentucky

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Mississippi River What eponymous state does the Mississippi River run alongside?
Florida
Illinois
Mississippi
The Mississippi River is the longest river in the United States, running from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. It is also the primary river of the second-largest drainage system in the American continent.
Alabama

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