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[USKINGS] Top 20 mysterious places in the United State – P20 – Roanoke Island (North Carolina) : The mysterious story of America’s lost colony

The origins of one of America’s oldest unsolved mysteries can be traced to August 1587, when a group of about 115 English settlers arrived...

[USKINGS] Top 20 mysterious places in the United State – P16 – Area 51 (Las Vegas) : The most secretive area in America

In the middle of the barren Nevada desert, there's a dusty unmarked road that leads to the front gate of Area 51. It's protected...

[USKINGS] Top 20 mysterious places in the United State – P15 – Kryptos (Langley): The Code That Challenges All Humanity

Kryptos is a sculpture by the American artist Jim Sanborn located on the grounds of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Langley, Virginia. Since...

[USKINGS] Top 20 mysterious places in the United State – P14 – Georgia Guidestones (Georgia): The mystery of 5 ancient stones that guide people...

The Georgia Guidestones are a granite monument erected in 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia, in the United States. A set of ten guidelines is...
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C. O. Bigelow Apothecaries (New York): The oldest surviving apothecary–pharmacy in the United States

Dr. Galen Hunter, a Vermont native, established The Village Apothecary Shop in 1838, although he did not operate the store himself. His employee, Clarence...

Port of New Bedford (Massachusetts): The largest commercial fishing port in the United States

The Port of New Bedford is a deepwater port located at at the mouth of the Acushnet River on Buzzards Bay, with access to...

Indian Summer Festival (Wisconsin): The largest Native American cultural festival in the United States

The Indian Summer Festival is the largest Native American cultural celebration in the United States! Every year, the Indian Summer Festival takes place in...

Ceylon India Inn (New York): The Oldest Indian Restaurant in the United States

The first South Asian restaurant in town, according to the website Asian American History in NYC, was the Ceylon India Inn, founded near Times...