US Unveiled:  10 Fascinating Facts About the United States

America Is Home To Many Natural Wonders

America has many UNESCO world heritage sites, including the Grand Canyon, Great Smoky Mountains, and Yellowstone. These sites are of special cultural or physical significance.


The US Has The 4th Longest River System In The World

The Missouri River is North America's longest river. It's 2,341 miles long and flows from Montana to St. Louis, Missouri.


The US Has The Largest Economy In The World

The US economy is the largest in the world and is driven by its enormous population, technological innovation, high consumer spending, high average incomes, and moderate unemployment rate.


The American Flag Has Had 27 Versions

The current flag has 50 stars, representing the 50 states that make up the United States.


Home To Some of The Best Musical Artist Of All Time

 Many of the world's most famous musicians are American, including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, and Beyoncé.


Center of Entertainment

America is a major center of entertainment, producing many popular movies and TV shows. Hollywood is a famous landmark in the entertainment industry.


Washington, DC Wasn’t Always The Capital Of America

New York City was the capital of the United States from 1785 to 1790. It is now the most populous city in America and one of the best places to visit.


Las Vegas Is The Gambling Capital Of The World

Las Vegas is a famous city in Nevada known for its gambling, entertainment, and nightlife. It is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world.


There Is More Bourbon Than People In Kentucky

The bourbon industry is booming, and Kentucky is the center of it all. The state produces 96% of the world's bourbon, and there are more barrels of bourbon in Kentucky than people.


There Is a City Named Boring And It’s In Oregon

Boring, Oregon is a real place that was named after its founder, William H Boring. The city has partnered with Dull, Scotland to create the annual Dull, Boring Day, which is helping to put Boring on the map.