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Visit Minnesota, a heartland state with an international vibe

Minnesota, a Midwestern state known for its hospitality, is full of lakes. It's also cosmopolitan and multicultural, embracing many ethnicities.
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Welcome to the U.S. Now wait just a minute.

Thinking about traveling to the U.S.? You used to have to worry about long customs lines at the airport. Now, kiosks help you reach your destination faster.
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Oregon: Mountain peaks, waterfalls and beach resorts

In Oregon, enjoy water features including the Pacific Ocean, waterfalls, and creeks trickling through public gardens.
People at Mardis Gras parade in New Orleans (Louisiana Office of Tourism)

Louisiana: Mardi Gras, zydeco music and Bayou Country

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. Louisiana is the French Quarter, Mardi Gras and Cajun Country.
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Washington, D.C.: The Mall, planes and pandas

Welcome to the capital! Find annual attractions like the Independence Day fireworks show and the Cherry Blossom Festival or tour one of the many museums.
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In New York, fast, free Wi-Fi is right down the block

New York City is replacing old and obsolete telephone booths with kiosks offering free, lightning-fast internet connections to anyone within 45 meters.
Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is born…on this day

One of the most popular natural attractions in America was established on this day in 1890, when Congress voted to create Yosemite National Park....

Florida: Disney, Harry Potter and manatees

Florida's year-round warm climate makes it a popular destination. It is a perfect place for parks: Explore the Everglades or enjoy a theme park.

Massachusetts: Colonial history, whales and seaside resorts

Have you ever seen a whale up close? What about a baseball game? Visit Massachusetts and you can do both!