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Explore America with Smithsonian Channel and foursquare! Follow us and check in on foursquare to unlock America's stories. Smithsonian Channel, explores the history of our planet, life and culture, with 100% original, family-friendly programming. From the origins of the universe to the deaths of civilizations, from upscale design awards to down-home chili cook-offs, we tackle subjects as diverse and limitless as the landscape we cover. Smithsonian Channel brings content from the world's leading cultural institution into a media-rich environment. We explore and celebrate the people, discoveries and achievements that define our country in a way that entertains, educates and inspires, bringing our American history to life - a story written by us, we the people.
USS ConstellationBaltimore, MD • June 24, 2011

Over the course of its century-long career, this 1855 sloop-of-war intercepted slave ships on the Congo River, defended Union troops and delivered famine relief to Ireland. (From Aerial America) Read more

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National AquariumBaltimore, MD • June 24, 2011

Nearly 16,500 sea animals, from plankton to sharks, are housed behind the angular glass walls of this aquarium. Since 1981, it's often been cited as one of the best in America. (From Aerial America) Read more

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B & O Railroad MuseumBaltimore, MD • June 24, 2011

The B&O’s famous roundhouse was once the largest circular industrial building in the world. It now houses 15,000 artifacts, including America’s oldest steam locomotive. (From Aerial America) Read more

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World Famous Beale StreetMemphis, TN • June 23, 2011

Lined with bars and clubs where Memphis music legends often played, Beale St. was officially declared the “Home of the Blues” by an act of Congress in 1977. (From Aerial America) Read more

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Harvard UniversityCambridge, MA • June 24, 2011

Harvard’s library began with founder John Harvard’s private collection of 400 books. It now contains more than 15 million volumes, making it the world’s largest academic library. (From Aerial America) Read more

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