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Alabama
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Alabama's Anniston is home to the world's largest office chair.

Alaska
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Alaska has the world's highest concentration of Grizzly, Black and Polar bears in the world.

Arizona
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Arizona boasts the world's largest solar telescope in the town of Sells.

Arkansas
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Arkansas produces half of the world's supply of bromine.

California
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California's Sequoia National Park contains many of the world's largest trees.

Colorado
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The world's largest flat top mountain is in Grand Mesa, Colorado.

Connecticut
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The first-ever nuclear submarine was built in Groton, Connecticut, in 1954.

Delaware
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The Delaware Memorial Bridge is the largest twin suspension bridge in the world.

Florida
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Florida contains the world's deepest freshwater spring in Tallahassee.

Georgia
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Historic Saint Marys Georgia is the second oldest city in the nation.

Hawaii
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Hawaii's Haleakala Crater is the largest dormant volcano in the world.

Idaho
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Idaho's Soda Springs contains the world's largest man-made geyser.

Illinois
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The Chicago Public Library in Illinois is the largest public library in the world, with over two million books.

Indiana
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Indiana hosts the Indianapolis 500, the world's largest single-day sporting event.

Iowa
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Iowa's Snake Alley, a street in the city of Burlington, has been called "The Crookedest Street In The World" by Ripley's.

Kansas
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The world's largest concentration of boulders resides in Rock City, Kansas.

Kentucky
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Kentucky's Mammoth Cave is 360 miles long, the longest cave in the world.

Louisiana
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Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain causeway is the longest over-water bridge in the world.

Maine
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Yarmouth, Maine, is home to the world's largest rotating globe at over 41 feet in diameter.

Maryland
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Havre de Grace, Maryland boasts the world's largest decoy museum with over 1,200 innovative floating sculptures.

Massachusetts
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The Boston University Bridge in Massachusetts is the only place in the world where "a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane."

Michigan
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Rogers City, Michigan boasts the world's largest open pit limestone quarry.

Minnesota
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The Mall of America includes the largest indoor amusement park in the world.

Mississippi
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The Mississippi gulf coast is the largest and longest man-made beach in the world.

Missouri
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Missouri Gateway Arch in St. Louis, at 630 feet, is the tallest stainless steel monument in the world.

Montana
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The sedimentary rocks in Montana's Glacier National Park are the best preserved in the world, believed to be 1.6 billion years old.

Nebraska
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Nebraska holds the world's largest train yard, Bailey Yard in North Platte, on eight miles of land.

Nevada
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Las Vegas, Nevada, has the largest number of hotel rooms of any city in the world.

New Hampshire
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Mount Washington holds the world record for land wind speed since 1934.

New Jersey
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New Jersey's Atlantic City boasts the world's longest boardwalk at 5.5 miles long.

New Mexico
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New Mexico holds the world's largest international hot air balloon festival every year in Albuquerque.

New York
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The first 3-D film in history was played in New York's Astor Theatre in 1915.

North Carolina
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Each year, High Point, North Carolina hosts the world's largest furniture trade show. Items are bought and sold in 188 separate buildings, spanning over 12 million square feet.

North Dakota
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North Dakota's Jamestown hosts the world's largest buffalo statue at over 26 feet tall and 46 feet long.

Ohio
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Dresden, Ohio, is home to the world's largest basket at over seven stories tall.

Oklahoma
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Okmulgee, Oklahoma holds the Guinness World Record for the largest pecan pie, with a diameter of 40 feet and a weight of 16.5 tons.

Oregon
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Oregon boasts the largest collection of carousel horses at the International Museum of Carousel Art in Hood River.

Pennsylvania
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Kennett Square, Pennsylvania is known as the mushroom capital of the world, producing over a million pounds a week.

Rhode Island
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Rhode Island has the world's largest bug, a 58-foot long termite made out of steel and fiberglass in Providence.

South Carolina
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Sumter, South Carolina is home to the world's largest ginkgo farm with over 12 million trees.

South Dakota
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South Dakota has the world's largest underground gold mine in Lead, though it closed in 2002.

Tennessee
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Nashville, Tennesee's Grand Ole Opry has been broadcasting on the radio since 1925, the world's longest continuous radio show.

Texas
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Texas' Port Lavaca holds the world's longest fishing pier.

Utah
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Utah's Rainbow Bridge is the world's largest natural bridge at 290 feet tall and 275 feet long.

Vermont
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Vermont is home to the Vermont Teddy Bear company, the world's largest online bear company with over 500,000 annual sales.

Virginia
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Virginia is home to the Pentagon, the largest office building in the world containing over 68,000 miles of phone lines.

Washington
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Washington is home to the world's largest building by volume. Boeing's plant in Everett is over 472 million cubic feet.

Washington D.C
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The statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square across from the White House is partially made from British cannons that were taken in the War of 1812.

West Virginia
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West Virginia's New Rivers Gorge Bridge is the world's third largest arch bridge at over 1,700 feet long.

Wisconsin
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The National Mustard Museum in Horeb, Wisconsin, holds over 5,300 types of mustard and holds the world's largest mustard collection.

Wyoming
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Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park is the world's first national park spanning nearly 3,500 square miles.