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  • 1. Wilmington North Carolina United States
  • 2. United States
  • 3.
    • Became a country on July 4 th , 1776
    • 2010 population: 308.745.101
    • Largest cities:
      • New York City, New York
      • Los Angeles, California
      • Chicago, Illinois
    • Capital: Washington, District of Columbia
    • Most popular Sport: American Football
  • 4. New York City
  • 5. Times Square
  • 6. Central Park
  • 7. Statue of Liberty
  • 8. Art in the United States
    • Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • More than 190.000 m2 of art
    • Contains art from Ancient Egypt, Europe, South America, Asia, Middle East and United States
    • 12.000 pieces of Islamic art, including many pieces from Spain
  • 9. Washington Crossing the Delaware, Emmanuel Leutze 10 th Century Islamic art from Córdoba
  • 10. Andy Warhol
    • Painter, printmaker and filmmaker
    • Principle figure of the Pop Art movement in the 1960’s
  • 11. Andy Warhol
    • Andy Warhol made art using famous American icons.
  • 12. Guggenheim NYC, Bilbao
  • 13. Broadway
    • 40 professional theaters considered to be the highest quality of all English speaking countries
  • 14.
    • Popular shows include the Lion King and Beauty and the Beast.
  • 15. The Lion King
  • 16. Los Angeles
  • 17. Hannah Montana
    • Hannah Montana is filmed in Tribune Studios, Hollywood, CA
  • 18. Santa Monica
  • 19. Baseball
  • 20. Washington, DC The White House
  • 21. United States Capitol Building
  • 22. American Holidays
    • Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
  • 23. Independence Day (July 4 th ) Fireworks in Washington, DC. Fireworks at the Statue of Liberty.
  • 24. Labor Day (first Monday in September) Americans go to the beach for Labor Day. Families have a barbecue for Labor Day.
  • 25. Halloween
  • 26. Thanksgiving Macy’s Day Parade
  • 27. National Parks
    • The National Park system includes monuments, parks, buildings and natural wonders.
    • Each year over 275 million people visit places within the National Park system.
    • National Parks include over 340.000 km2 of land
    • Famous National Parks include:
      • Yellowstone
      • Grand Teton National Park
      • Redwood National Park
      • Grand Canyon
  • 28. Yellowstone buffalo Geyser, named Old Faithful
  • 29. Grand Tetons
  • 30. Redwood National Forest
  • 31. Grand Canyon National Park
  • 32. American Food
    • Fried chicken with mashed and gravy
    • Apple pie with vanilla ice cream
  • 33. American Sports Football stadium American football, or football
  • 34. North Carolina Wilmington
  • 35. Wilmington, NC
    • Located on a peninsula between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean
    • Founded in 1739
    • population: 101.350
  • 36.  
  • 37. Winter in Wilmington
  • 38. Christmas in Wilmington
  • 39. Spring in Wilmington
  • 40. Summer
  • 41. Autumn