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Calico Ghost Town
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Calico is an old West mining town that has been around since 1881 amid the biggest silver strike in California. With its 500 mines, at the point when silver lost its worth in the mid-1890’s, Calico lost its populace.
Yermo
California
92398
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Chichen Itza
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Chichen Itza is one of the largest Mayan cities, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The site is located midway between Merida and Cancun, and there are bus tours from both cities.
Chichén Itzá
Yucatán
97751
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Dinosaur Ridge
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Dinosaur Ridge is one of the world’s most famous dinosaur fossil localities.

Today it is an outdoor dinosaur museum 30 minutes west of Denver, Colorado. We have over 300 dinosaur footprints and a few dozen dinosaur bones still in the rock along an outdoor trail (paved).
Morrison
Colorado
80465
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Fort Ross
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Russians in California? Fort Ross, in Sonoma county, was the hub for the southernmost Russian settlements in North America from 1812 to 1842. Now a state historic park where you can see the restored fort and colonial buildings.
Jenner
California
95450
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Georgia Guidestones
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The Georgia Guidestones is a stone landmark raised in 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia, in the United States.
Elberton
Georgia
30635
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Goldfield Ghost Town
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A reconstruction of a historic gold mining town, featuring a train ride, mine tour, mystery shack, shooting gallery and more!
Apache Junction
Arizona
85119
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Kingman Powerhouse
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The Kingman Powerhouse first produced electrical power in 1909 and shut down after Hoover Dam came online. It now houses the Kingman Visitor Center (a complete information resource for Arizona) Arizona Route 66 Museum, Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum, Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona and the Grand Canyon Resort Corp (Skywalk) Information Center.
Kingman
Arizona
86401
Route 66
Mission Corpus Christi de la Ysleta
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The Ysleta Mission is recognized as the oldest continuously operated parish in the State of Texas. In 1897 the adobe church was remodeled to its current appearance, including its distinctive “onion dome.”
El Paso
Texas
79907
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Mission La Exaltación de la Santa Cruz
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The 12th California mission, built in 1791. Eventually, the settlement expanded into the modern California town of Santa Cruz, while the mission slowly declined.
Santa Cruz
California
95060
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Mission La Purísima Concepción de María Santísima
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The 11th California mission, built in 1786. The plan of the mission is unique. All of the other California missions were built in the form of a quadrangle; at La Purísima, the buildings are arranged in a line. After secularization, the mission fell into rapid decline. It was rescued in 1933 by the National Park Service and the Civilian Conservation Corp. The mission church and many of the outbuildings were completely reconstructed.
Lompoc
California
93436
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