Utah’s Capitol building is strategically positioned on a hill overlooking the downtown. Salt Lake City is an elegant architectural masterpiece. This building is set over 40 acres and has beautifully maintained, well-sculpted lawns, flowerbeds, trees, and shrubs. Yoshino cherry trees from the south steps can be viewed. From the front steps, a spectacular view of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains can be seen and below the Salt Lake City.
The Glen Canyon Dam is on the famous Colorado River, NE Ariz., at the height of 710 ft (216 m) high and is 1,560 ft (475 m) long. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s key unit of the Colorado River storage project is the largest concrete dams in the world. This dam was built in 1963 and was dedicated in 1966 to power-generation facilities to control the upper Colorado flow and its tributaries flow, and since 1964 it produces hydroelectricity.
Devils Tower is in the northwest end of the Black Hills, on the border of the Wyoming side. Devils Tower has a huge geological deposit of igneous rock. It projects in a consistent fashion from the earth, a feature that gives rise to many public appeal and legends. The Devils Tower, located near Belle Fourche River is a part of the Black Hills Mountain.
Horseshoe Bend is a meander of the Colorado River in a horseshoe-shape located in the United States, near the town of Page, Arizona. Horseshoe Bend is at a distance of 5 miles (8.0 km) downstream from the Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area for nearly 4 miles (6.4km) to the southwest of Page.
EMP, Experience Music Project was the name given earlier and later until November 2016; it was referred to as EMP Museum. This is a non-profit museum founded in 2000 by Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder dedicating to contemporary pop culture as the Experience Music Project. Right from that time, MoPOP, the Museum of Pop Culture, has organized exhibits in dozens and almost 17 of them have toured internationally and across the US.
There are many educational institutions that you can find in the world. However, some of the best ones are located in the United States. One of the many great universities that you can find in the United States is the University of California. It is located in Berkeley and is commonly known as UC Berkeley, it is a public research university and is an excellent one too. What makes UC Berkeley significant and unique is the fact that it was founded back in 1868, this makes it one of the oldest universities in the world. UC Berkeley was established in 1868 by the merger of the College of California and the public Agricultural, Mining and Mechanical Arts College in Oakland. One of the reasons why the state of California is famous in the United States is because it is home to the University of California.
Carmel-by- the-sea is usually known as Carmel, a Californian city in the United States. The foundation date is traced back to 1920 and incorporation date to 1916. The city is famous for its naturally rich scenic beauty and grand artistic history. The literature and architecture of the city have been well appreciated. The mayor history of the city is dominated by actors, writers, and poets like Herbert Heron, who founded the Forest Theater.
A statutory town in the Larimer County, Colorado, the Estes Park lying along the Big Thompson River apart from being a popular summer resort also has the headquarters of the Rocky Mountain National Park. In 2010, the population was just a mere 5,858.
Monetary Bay is basically a bay situated in the Pacific Ocean; it can be seen at California’s cost. Geographically the bay is located at the southern part of San Jose and San Francisco, the popular city of Santa Cruz is also located at the bay’s northern end. There are a lot of tourist sites across the bay and many people belonging to different countries of the world who come to visit United States of America come at this place to relax themselves.
One of the famous national parks in the United States of America is the Canyonlands National Park which is primarily located in the southeast of Utah and is precisely near to the Moab town. The national park is surrounded by a beautiful landscape, comprising of Green River, Canyons, Buttes, Mesas and the famous river of Colorado. Historically President Lyndon Johnson passed the legislation of park creation on 12th September, 1964.