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The Top Places You Need To Visit In America's Marvelous Midwest

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Serpent Mound

Estimated to be somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000 years old, this snake-like formation that appears under the surface of this green space is the creation of ancient Indigenous peoples.

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Badlands National Park

One of America’s most legendary national parks, Badlands is named for the wilderness area’s otherworldly geological formations.

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Northern Lights

The Northern Lights (or aurora borealis) are most closely connected with northern Canada, but when the timing is right the phenomenon can also be experienced from the shores of Lake Superior

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Mall of America

Mall of America is not the biggest mall in the world, but it’s certainly the biggest in the Midwest and is a major tourist attraction for the Twin Cities area.

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Dells of the Wisconsin River

These awe-inspiring slab-like rock formations on the banks of the Wisconsin River are made of Cambrian sandstone, and were carved out by the river over 500 million years ago.

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Scandinavian Heritage Park

Many Scandinavian immigrants have found their way to the Midwest over the decades and this outdoor museum represents settlers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

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American Gothic House

The house in the background of the painting is a real building in Eldon, Iowa and it’s open to visitors, though the interior is only accessible on select days.

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Ha Ha Tonka Castle Ruins

These stone ruins in Missouri’s Ha Ha Tonka State Park wouldn’t look out of place in Italy, but they are absolutely an American creation.

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