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  • 10 Astonishing Facts in New Mexico You Need to Know

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    1. Santa Fe lays on the 7,000 feet or 2,134 meters above sea level, that makes Santa Fe as the highest capital city in the United States. Credit: Photo by santafe.org 2. You could see the most intriguing world’s largest hot air balloon fiesta in Albuquerque every year in October. Credit: Photo by tripsavvy.com 3. […] More

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  • 5 Bizarre Mountains' Names that left you Speechless

    1. Bitch Mountain Bitch mountain location is at the Essex County, New York, in the United States. It has 797 meters high and categorizes as a 424th highest mountain in New York. It is near the Adirondack Park, a wilderness area in New York. Credit: Photo by Youtube @Brian 2. Old Butt Knob Mountain Old […] More

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  • United States “World’s First” Part II

      1. World’s First Parking Meter was put on in Oklahoma city on 16th of July, 1935. Credit: Photo by pinterest.com   2. World’s First facility which succeeded in breeding harbor seals in captivity is The Seaside Aquarium in Oregon. Credit: Photo by google @spencerjones and @kimberlyreed   3. World’s First Rodeo was held in […] More

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  • Lenape: Intriguing Facts of New Yorker's Indigenous Tribe

    Lenape was indigenous tribes who lived in Lenapehoking. Lenapehoking included Delaware and expanded to Long Island until Hudson Valley in present-day New York. Lenape has a meaning as “Indian or man”. This indigenous tribe also called Delaware because the first time the English met this tribe they were living in Delaware River. Photo by : […] More

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  • 5 Backstory about The City of Los Angeles

    1. The Tongva Indians Circa 500 AD, The Tongva Indians come to Los Angeles and displaced the Chumash. Their main village was Yang Na which the location today is near Los Angeles City Hall. 2. Mexicans 11 families with 44 Mexicans settle by the river in 1781. The settlement then named El Pueblo Sobre el […] More

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