Not all of the landmarks on our list have been officially designated as state parks or National Historic Places. And, on their surface, many of them may seem dissimilar: one is an extraordinary (and still active) volcano, while another is a lighthouse; one is a mighty waterfall, while another is a centuries-old desert adobe settlement. But what’s amazing is that these landmarks, disparate though they are, share a home right here on U.S. soil. And all of them have played a part, however small, in our national history.

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Getty Images/Moment Open -  The Wave, Coyote Buttes, AZ and UT

The Wave, Coyote Buttes, AZ and UT – Getty Images/Moment Open

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