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      The Grand Canyon of Times SquareFebruary 20, 2014
      Street Art
      • New York, United States

      Aerial America and artist, Kurt Wenner, bring the Grand Canyon to Times Square. Check-in and get a free Crumbs cupcake to enjoy while you experience the Grand Canyon under the streets of NYC.

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      Edith Wharton EstateJuly 15, 2011
      Uncategorized
      • Lenox, United States

      Known as “The Mount,” Wharton used her estate to illustrate the ideals outlined in her 1898 book, “The Decoration of Houses.” She also personally designed its grounds & gardens. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      USS ConstitutionJuly 15, 2011
      Boat / Ferry
      • Boston, United States

      During the War of 1812, British cannonballs bounced off the ship’s oaken hull, earning it the nickname “Old Ironsides.” It later made its first around-the-world journey in 1846. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Nubble LighthouseJuly 15, 2011
      Lighthouse
      • Cape Neddick, United States

      Along with the Great Wall of China & the Taj Mahal, NASA included a photo of this site in the Voyager I space probe as an example of Earth’s most impressive manmade structures. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Flushing Town HallJuly 15, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • Flushing, United States

      At various points in its history, this town hall housed a courthouse, a Union Army barracks, an opera theater and a police precinct. Teddy Roosevelt once spoke from its steps. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      New York State MuseumJuly 15, 2011
      Museum
      • Albany, United States

      This state-run Smithsonian Affiliate traces the history of New York back billions of years with items that include fossils, native artifacts & a reconstructed Mastodon skeleton. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Kalmar NyckelJuly 15, 2011
      Boat / Ferry
      • Wilmington, United States

      This ship brought some of the earliest white colonists to Delaware in 1638. Its passengers wereSwedish and Finnish, a rarity in an era dominated by the English and Dutch. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      American Textile History MuseumJune 24, 2011
      Art Museum
      • Lowell, United States

      The history of Lowell’s textile industry is documented here with examples of its famous wares, as well as thousands of personal letters written by factory workers themselves. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Lowell National Historic ParkJune 24, 2011
      Park
      • Lowell, United States

      While Lowell is best known for its significance to the Industrial Revolution, native son Jack Kerouac also set five of his novels here, including “The Town and the City.” (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Plimoth PlantationJune 24, 2011
      History Museum
      • Plymouth, United States

      This historic site hosted the very first Thanksgiving feast in 1621. The local Wampanoag people supplied five fresh deer, while the colonists served corn, barley and peas. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      The Biltmore EstateJune 24, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Asheville, United States

      Still the largest private home in the U.S. after more than a century, this 250-room mansion took six years to build and required its own brick factory for construction. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Gloucester Fisherman's MemorialJune 24, 2011
      Landmark
      • Gloucester, United States

      This monument was erected in 1923 to honor more than 300 years of seafaring in the waters off Gloucester. It also bears the names of hundreds of sailors drowned or lost at sea. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Salem Maritime National SiteJune 24, 2011
      History Museum
      • Salem, United States

      Author Nathaniel Hawthorne spent three years working here in the Custom House, an experience he detailed in the introduction to his classic novel, “The Scarlet Letter.” (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Salem Witch HouseJune 24, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Salem, United States

      From 1675 on, this was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin, the magistrate who condemned 19 innocent men and women to death during the infamous Salem Witch Trials. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Fenway ParkJune 24, 2011
      Baseball
      • Boston, United States

      The oldest Major League Baseball stadium still in active use, well over 10,000 games have been played at Fenway since the stadium opened in 1912. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Evergreen Aviation & Space MuseumJune 24, 2011
      History Museum
      • McMinnville, United States

      Best known as the home of the mammoth “Spruce Goose,” the Evergreen houses many other large-scale aircraft, including a German V-2 rocket and genuine SR-71 Blackbird. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      John Hancock TowerJune 24, 2011
      Office
      • Boston, United States

      While under construction, many of this tower’s 500-pound panes of mirrored glass came loose, falling onto the streets below. It cost up to $8 million to repair the damage. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Evergreen Aviation & Space MuseumJune 24, 2011
      History Museum
      • McMinnville, United States

      Best known as the home of the mammoth “Spruce Goose,” the Evergreen houses many other large-scale aircraft, including a German V-2 rocket and genuine SR-71 Blackbird. (From Aerial American) Read more

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      Crater Lake National ParkJune 24, 2011
      National Park
      • Crater Lake, United States

      Once believed bottomless by Oregon’s first settlers, subsequent investigations have determined Crater Lake to be America’s deepest with a maximum depth of 1943 feet. (From Aerial America) Read more

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      Mt Hood National ForestJune 24, 2011
      Forest
      • Mount Hood, United States

      Named in 1792, climbers didn’t conquer Mount Hood’s nearly vertical upper slopes for another 50 years. About 10,000 still attempt the climb yearly and 130 have died trying. (From Aerial America) Read more

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