Seven Man-Made Wonders of the US

Check out the best man-made wonders of the US, where America's can-do spirit and artistic side meet.

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Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, welcomes more than 2.6 million visitors per year.

Brooklyn Bridge

John Roebling designed the Brooklyn Bridge hoping it would be perceived as a great work of art. It now is.

Washington Monument

It doesn't matter where in the world people come from, one glimpse of this and they know they're in Washington, DC.

Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is the first non-building structure to receive the "Distinguished Building Award."

Space Needle

Seattle's 605-foot-tall Space Needle is designed to withstand winds of up to 200 miles per hour.

Empire State Building

Built during the Great Depression, New York City's Empire State Building is a work of determination and pride.

Hoover Dam

It took 5 years to complete the mammoth Hoover Dam on the Nevada-Arizona border.

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