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About the United States of America

The United States of America is a vast and diverse nation that stretches across the heart of North America. It is comprised of 50 states, each with its own unique history, culture, and natural landscapes.

The Most Famous Cities in the US

1. New York City, New York

The Big Apple is a global financial, cultural, and entertainment hub.
Famous attractions: Central Park, Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Broadway theaters.

2. Los Angeles, California

LA is the entertainment capital, home to Hollywood, and a major Pacific coast metropolis.
Famous attractions: Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, The Getty Center, Santa Monica Pier.

3. Chicago, Illinois

The Windy City boasts striking architecture, world-class museums, and a vibrant arts scene.
Famous attractions: Millennium Park, Art Institute of Chicago, Navy Pier, Willis Tower Skydeck.

4. Houston, Texas

This Southern space city hosts NASA’s Johnson Space Center and has a thriving cultural district.
Famous attractions: Space Center Houston, Museum District, Downtown Aquarium.

5. Phoenix, Arizona

The Valley of the Sun draws visitors with its desert landscapes and Southwestern culture.
Famous attractions: Desert Botanical Garden, Heard Museum, Papago Park.

6. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The City of Brotherly Love brims with colonial history and iconic sites.
Famous attractions: Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

7. San Antonio, Texas

This lively Texan city is home to the Alamo mission and vibrant River Walk.
Famous attractions: The Alamo, River Walk, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

8. San Diego, California

Sun, surf, and a world-renowned zoo characterize this Southern California coastal city.
Famous attractions: Balboa Park & San Diego Zoo, Old Town, La Jolla Cove.

9. Dallas, Texas

The Big D blends modern architecture with historic Western heritage and pro sports teams.
Famous attractions: Dallas Arts District, Perot Museum, Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

10. San Jose, California

The heart of Silicon Valley combines tech campuses with Spanish heritage sites.
Famous attractions: Winchester Mystery House, Tech Interactive Museum, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum.

View by State

Midwest: Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Michigan | Minnesota | Missouri | Nebraska | North Dakota | Ohio | South Dakota | Wisconsin

South: Albama | Arkansas | Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | Louisiana | Mississippi | North Carolina | Oklahoma | South Carolina | Tennessee | Texas | Virginia | West Virginia

Northeast: Connecticut | Delaware | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New York | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island| Vermont

West: Alaska | Arizona | California | Colorado | Hawaii | Idaho | Montana | Nevada | New Mexico | Oregon | Washington | Wyoming