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5 Things to Do in Providence, Rhode Island

Providence, the capital of Rhode Island, is often overlooked when planning a tour in New England. However, it is an exciting destination to explore in a day despite being quite large compared to the average New England town. Providence offers many things to see and, thanks to its geographical position, can be a great stop in a longer itinerary that includes bigger cities and more renowned nearby attractions.
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The Bronx Zoo in New York City

The Bronx Zoo is the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States; it spans over 265 acres of natural habitats, and it's home to over 8,000 animals (600 species)! The Bronx Zoo was opened on November 8, 1899, to preserve and save animals. It was called the New York Zoological Park.
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Bryant Park, New York City

While Central Park is for sure the most famous New York park among foreign tourists, Bryant Park is another green gem of the Big Apple hidden in plain sight. Located just south of Times Square, Bryant Park is a 9.6-acre (39,000 m2) public park in Manhattan.
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Discovering Rhode Island's Lighthouses

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4 Things to Do With Children in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is undoubtedly a city rich in history and full of attractions connected to the United States past, including museums, monuments, and art galleries. While adults have plenty of choices, I want to give you a few ideas on how to spend a day with your children (or grandchildren and nephews) in the stunning city that Washington is.
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The Origins Of The Research Triangle Park, NC

Drone photo taken of the Elion-Hitchings Building on 11/29/2020Getharding, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons. Spread over 7,000 acres in the heart of North Carolina, The Research Triangle Park is a research park created in 1959 by leading North Carolina businessmen, industrialists, and academicians.