United States of America


Big and powerful. During the twentieth century, The United States of America played important roles on the Planet, in many aspects. USA is a federal constitutional republic comprising of fifty states and a federal district (Washington, District of Columbia).

US FlagThe former Thirteen British Colonies in America declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. After a war, Great Britain recognized the new nation of the United States of America, in 1783.



Geographic Guide

North America


Physical map


United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., declared a National Historic Landmark in 1972. The Treasury Building is one of the Nation's most significant monuments. A magnificent granite structure in the Greek Revival style, it was constructed over a period of 33 years between 1836 and 1869. Today the building still serves as the headquarters for the Treasury Department.


New York State


The view from Twin Peaks in San Francisco reaches all the way to Oakland and Berkley.


US Map


Statue Liberty NYC


San Francisco CA


Winter NYC


Mount Rushmore





Columbia University


The iconic Manhattan Bridge over the East River, in New York City. It was opened to traffic in 1909 and has a total length of 2,089 m.




Monument Valley


Historical maps NYC


Wall Street




Los Angeles


Antique photographs


Manhattan Bridge


Ski resorts




Abraham Lincoln's house in Springfield, National Historic Site, Illinois.


Rhode Island





Washington DC


Historic Buildings NY

The historic building in the City of New York, where George Washington took leave of his officers in 1783, after the Independence War.


New York map




Liberty Poles New York




Chicago river walk


Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California.







North America




North Carolina






Golden Gate


US Treasury


The Chicago Riverwalk, in the third largest city of the United States.




Empire State images




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The Golden Gate Bridge snuggles under a fleecy blanket of fog as day breaks over San Francisco. It was built by Joseph B. Strauss, a specialist in steel-bridge design who had built 400 bridges all over the world. The name came from the fact that the Golden Gate Strait is the entrance into San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean.



Atlantic City


New York 17th century





Carl Wilmington


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Lewis Sommer







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Photo Vito Palmisano