The sights of the…
What do we know about the USA?
The Capitol Building
The Twin Towers
The Empire State Building
The White House
The Guggenheim museum
The Golden Gate Bridge
Devil’s Tower
The Niagara Falls
The Grand Canyon
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The sights. What do we know about the USA

1. The sights of the…

2. What do we know about the USA?

The USA is one of the largest
countries in the world largest
countries in the world.
The USA is situated in the central
part of the North
American continent
The population of the country is
more than 250 million people.
Americans are made up from nearly
all races and nations. That’s why the
USA is called “the melting pot”. The
largest cities are: New York, Los
Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Detroit, San- Francisco, Washington
and others.

3. The Capitol Building

At the U.S. Capitol Building the Senate and the House of Representatives come
together to discuss, debate and deliberate national policy.

4. The Twin Towers

The Twin Towers in New York These towers were the proud of America.
They were destroyed by airplanes. Now you can find only the memorial
to these towers.

5. The Empire State Building

The Empire State Building It
is the most famous building
in the world. It’s very tall.
Here you can visit the
Observatory. Visibility on
clear day- 80 miles. The
Observatory is on the 102 nd
floor of the Empire state
Building. it’s the worlds
greatest TV tower. It is 1, 454
feet tall.

6. The White House

The White House in Washington D.C. The White House is the beautiful home of
every President of the United States. This is the oldest public building in
Washington D.C. It has the most famous address -1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Consist of 132 rooms. Open for tours daily: 9.00 a. m- 3. 45 p.m.

7. The Guggenheim museum

The Guggenheim museum has
one of the world’s finest
collections of modern and
contemporary art. This museum
was designed by the famous
architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Look at its shape!
it is located at 1071 Fifth Avenue on the corner
of East 89th Street in the Upper East Side
neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.

8. The Golden Gate Bridge

Once called "the bridge that couldn't be built," today it is one the seven
wonders of the modern world. This magnificent span, perhaps San
Francisco's most famous landmark, opened in 1937 after a four-year
struggle against relentless winds, fog, rock and treacherous tides.

9. Devil’s Tower

• Devils Tower (also Bear Lodge Butte) is a laccolithic butte composed
of igneous rock in the Bear Lodge Mountains (part of the Black Hills)
near Hulett and Sundance in Crook County, northeastern Wyoming, above
the Belle Fourche River. It rises dramatically 1,267 feet (386 m) above the
Belle Fourche River, standing 867 feet (265 m) from summit to base. The
summit is 5,112 feet (1,559 m) above sea level.

10. The Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls are located on the border
between Canada and the USA. "Niagara
Falls" is a common name for three
waterfalls – the American Falls, the
Horseshoe Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls.
Niagara Falls are not very high (53
metres) but very wide.
Every year thousands of people visit
this scenic place. There is the Rainbow
Bridge over the river which connects
both countries. It is open for

11. The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the
deepest canyons in the world. Its
depth is 1800 metres. It is located
in Arizona on the territory of the
national park. The length of the
canyon is 446 km and its width
varies from 6 to 29 km at the top
and is less than 1 km at the
The Grand Canyon is a very
picturesque place. Every year
thousands of tourists come here.
Nowadays visitors can admire the
canyon from the observation point
called "Grand Canyon Skywalk".
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