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Grand Canyon

Turns out, more Americans than you might expect could benefit from a lesson or two about national landmarks.  That’s based on a new survey by Intrepid Travel, a company specializing in small excursions.  It surveyed two-thousand people from across the U.S., and although 70-percent considered themselves pretty knowledgeable about their national landmarks, more than half were clueless about where the Grand Canyon is.  Moving forward, 63-percent didn’t know the Space Needle is in Seattle, and 40-percent didn’t know that Mount Rushmore is in South Dakota.

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