Sights
Of America

Statue of Liberty

This strict lady with a burning torch and a tablet is a symbol not only of New York, but of the whole of America. Created in France, the Statue of Liberty has taken root very well on its island near Manhattan. 

All tourists without exception are photographed against its background, traditionally becoming in the pose with an outstretched arm that has become known throughout the world.

Statue

Manhattan

This strict lady with a burning torch and a tablet is a symbol not only of New York, but of the whole of America. Created in France, the Statue of Liberty has taken root very well on its island near Manhattan. 

All tourists without exception are photographed against its background, traditionally becoming in the pose with an outstretched arm that has become known throughout the world.

Manhattan

Mount Rushmore

Yes, yes, this is the very mountain on which the portraits of the four most famous presidents of the United States are carved: Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt. 

This otherwise unremarkable mountain is located in South Dakota, near the city of Keyston. The height of this bas-relief is 18.6 meters, so the presidents are visible from afar.

Mount

Niagara Falls

One can talk for a long time about the beauty and power of this most famous waterfall in the world, but the spectacle itself cannot be replaced by anything. 

There are several ways to admire Niagara: from a helicopter, from a tunnel under powerful streams of water and, of course, from the banks, and from different sides. In any case, it is incredibly beautiful, and also very noisy.

Niagara

Washington Monument

It is the central Washington monument, erected as a symbol of state power right between the Capitol and the White House. 

The granite obelisk, 169 meters high and weighing about 91 tons, is faced with beautiful Maryland marble. By the way, you can get to the top of the Washington Monument by lift or by overcoming 896 steps.

Washington

Golden Gate Bridge

At one time, this suspension bridge in San Francisco was the longest in the world, but now it is far from the record holders, because it was built in 1937.

However, the Golden Gate still looks very respectable and slender, being a recognized hallmark of the city, showing off on postcards and photos.

Golden

Times Square

If Manhattan is the heart of New York, then Times Square is the heart of Manhattan itself! This square is an incredibly popular and lively place where crowds flock. This place is also called the "Great White Road" and "the crossroads of the world." Bright advertisements, tons of shops - Times Square never sleeps.

This place in the center of Washington is visited by at least five million people every year. The slender building with columns serves as an example of classical antique architecture, and at the entrance visitors are greeted by Abraham Lincoln himself, the sixteenth president of the United States. Several legends are associated with the monument, which guides will willingly tell you about.

What can I say, this is truly the Grand Canyon, a real miracle of nature, which will take the spirit of even the most experienced traveler. It is located in the state of Arizona and is the most unusual geological object on our planet. Tourists are most attracted by the opportunity to stand on the glass platform above the canyon.