Alabama – Selma Bridge
Selma Bridge is the site where in 1965 the infamous conflict of Bloody Sunday occurred. Demonstrators for civil rights were attacked by an armed policeman when they wanted to march to Alabama’s state capital Montgomery. Selma Bridge became a designated National Historic Landmark in 2013.
Alaska – Alaska Range and Denali National Park & Preserve
The Alaska Range boasts America’s highest mountain peaks, and the area is a very popular destination for sightseers and climbers. The area recently came in the news because President Obama decided that the name Mount McKinley National Park (opened in 1917) would officially be changed into Denali National Park & Reserve.
Arizona – The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is regarded as one of the wonders of the world. Most of the area is a National Park consisting of vast natural formations of layered red rock. The Grand Canyon is over 275 miles long and averages a mile deep, and some 10 miles across, and is Arizona’s most prized and famous landmark.