Quiz: Can You Match These American Landmarks to Their State?
Can You Match These American Landmarks to Their State?
By: Khadija Leon
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About This Quiz

A landmark is defined as "an object or feature of a landscape or town that is easily seen and recognized from a distance, especially one that enables someone to establish their location." Many of these monuments hold symbolic meaning for both the city and the state that they are found in, and are often featured on many of their memorabilia. 

Whether you have these landmarks in person or not, many of them should be instantly recognizable because of how popular they are. Some examples include the Statue of Liberty - the gift from France, the Hoover Dam - the large bypass, St. Louis Arch - the gateway to the west, Golden Gate Bridge - linking San Francisco to the mainland, and Mount Rushmore - which features several presidents. 

How well do you know the different landmarks around the United States of America? If you were given images of these popular monuments, would you be able to identify them and tell which of the 50 states they are found in? Well, if you want to test your knowledge of these iconic places, then this is the quiz you need to take.

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