10 Amazing North American Landmarks

Golden Gate Bridge

This iconic bridge connects San Francisco to Marin County and over two billion cars have driven over it since it first opened.

San Francisco, USA

Seattle Space Needle

The Seattle Space Needle provides 360 degree views of some of Seattle’s most scenic sights such as Mount Rainier and Puget Sound.

Seattle, USA

Mount Rushmore

The faces of former US Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln on a grand scale.

 South Dakota, USA

Hoover Dam

This concrete dam is on the border between Nevada and Arizona. The Hoover Dam and was constructed in the early 1930s.

 Nevada, USA

CN Tower

Located in downtown Toronto, the CN Tower has been an iconic feature of the city’s skyline since 1976.

Toronto, Canada

Washington Monument

Located in the National Mall in Washington DC, this tall statue was built for George Washington.

Washington, USA

Peggy’s Point

Famed for its picturesque seaside beauty, it contains one of Canada’s most well-known lighthouses, known as Peggy’s Point Lighthouse.

Nova Scotia, Canada

Empire State Building

This 102 story Art Deco building in midtown Manhattan was built over 1930 and 1931. The name comes from the nickname for the state of New York – the Empire State.

New York, USA

Hopewell Rocks

The Hopewell Rocks are a series of rock formations that have been uniquely shaped by tidal erosion.

New Brunswick, Canada

Chichen Itza

One of the most visited ancient ruins in Mexico, Chichen Itza has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2007.


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