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  1. Mezirn
    Abraham Lincoln holds the history of our country’s past. Literally. Tucked inside Lincoln’s frontal lobe in Mount Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota is a secret, inaccessible-to-the-public ch.
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  2. Kilkree
    Seemingly to preempt any violent demonstrations, Lexington, Kentucky, announced Sunday that it was speeding up its removal of Confederate statues in the city. On Monday, Durham, North Carolina let random demonstrators take a statue dedicated to boys who died fighting for the South.
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  3. Felrajas
    Not counting the drive to Mt Rushmore, you should allow hours to visit the memorial. The drives thru Custer State Park (Iron Horse, Wildlife Loop, Needles) can be covered in hours, depending on how often you pull off to view the scenery.
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  4. Dimi
    Mount Rushmore National Memorial in the Black Hills. Mount Rushmore symbolizes the ideals of freedom, democracy and the American dream in the four foot granite faces. This mountain carving of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln draws over three million visitors a year.
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  5. Vusida
    Mount Rushmore Mount Rushmore is a national monument located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Carved into the side of the large mountain are the faces of four men who were United States presidents. These men were chosen because all four played important roles in American history. The four faces carved onto Mount Rushmore are those of George.
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  6. Kazrashicage
    Sep 26,  · 4 reasons why I can’t recommend Mount Rushmore: 1. The drive Mount Rushmore is smack dab in the middle of nothing and zilch. If you’re going that way anyway (like we were), then you might as well stop by and check it out. But I definitely would not suggest going out of .
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  7. Mijin
    If you have one to two hours: Visit the the Sculptor's Studio and listen to a 15 minute ranger talk about Gutzon Borglum, the carving process and the lives of the workers. Walk the Presidential Trail ( miles long, stairs, weather permitting) to get up close and personal with the mountain sculpture and perhaps glimpse some of the area.
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  8. Zulugul
    No, that won't happen. Mt. Rushmore is a finished project. I'm not even sure that there’s room for anyone to be added. The rest of the mountain is kind of broken up. It doesn't appear to be stable enough for an addition. Even if it could support a.
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