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Alabama's Anniston is home to the world's largest office chair.
Alaska has the world's highest concentration of Grizzly, Black and Polar bears in the world.
Arizona boasts the world's largest solar telescope in the town of Sells.
Arkansas produces half of the world's supply of bromine.
California's Sequoia National Park contains many of the world's largest trees.
The world's largest flat top mountain is in Grand Mesa, Colorado.
The first-ever nuclear submarine was built in Groton, Connecticut, in 1954.
The Delaware Memorial Bridge is the largest twin suspension bridge in the world.
Florida contains the world's deepest freshwater spring in Tallahassee.
Historic Saint Marys Georgia is the second oldest city in the nation.
Hawaii's Haleakala Crater is the largest dormant volcano in the world.
Idaho's Soda Springs contains the world's largest man-made geyser.
The Chicago Public Library in Illinois is the largest public library in the world, with over two million books.
Indiana hosts the Indianapolis 500, the world's largest single-day sporting event.
Iowa's Snake Alley, a street in the city of Burlington, has been called "The Crookedest Street In The World" by Ripley's.
The world's largest concentration of boulders resides in Rock City, Kansas.
Kentucky's Mammoth Cave is 360 miles long, the longest cave in the world.
Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain causeway is the longest over-water bridge in the world.
Yarmouth, Maine, is home to the world's largest rotating globe at over 41 feet in diameter.
Havre de Grace, Maryland boasts the world's largest decoy museum with over 1,200 innovative floating sculptures.
The Boston University Bridge in Massachusetts is the only place in the world where "a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane."
Rogers City, Michigan boasts the world's largest open pit limestone quarry.
The Mall of America includes the largest indoor amusement park in the world.
The Mississippi gulf coast is the largest and longest man-made beach in the world.
Missouri Gateway Arch in St. Louis, at 630 feet, is the tallest stainless steel monument in the world.
The sedimentary rocks in Montana's Glacier National Park are the best preserved in the world, believed to be 1.6 billion years old.
Nebraska holds the world's largest train yard, Bailey Yard in North Platte, on eight miles of land.
Las Vegas, Nevada, has the largest number of hotel rooms of any city in the world.
Mount Washington holds the world record for land wind speed since 1934.
New Jersey's Atlantic City boasts the world's longest boardwalk at 5.5 miles long.
New Mexico holds the world's largest international hot air balloon festival every year in Albuquerque.
The first 3-D film in history was played in New York's Astor Theatre in 1915.
Each year, High Point, North Carolina hosts the world's largest furniture trade show. Items are bought and sold in 188 separate buildings, spanning over 12 million square feet.
North Dakota's Jamestown hosts the world's largest buffalo statue at over 26 feet tall and 46 feet long.
Dresden, Ohio, is home to the world's largest basket at over seven stories tall.
Okmulgee, Oklahoma holds the Guinness World Record for the largest pecan pie, with a diameter of 40 feet and a weight of 16.5 tons.
Oregon boasts the largest collection of carousel horses at the International Museum of Carousel Art in Hood River.
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania is known as the mushroom capital of the world, producing over a million pounds a week.
Rhode Island has the world's largest bug, a 58-foot long termite made out of steel and fiberglass in Providence.
Sumter, South Carolina is home to the world's largest ginkgo farm with over 12 million trees.
South Dakota has the world's largest underground gold mine in Lead, though it closed in 2002.
Nashville, Tennesee's Grand Ole Opry has been broadcasting on the radio since 1925, the world's longest continuous radio show.
Texas' Port Lavaca holds the world's longest fishing pier.
Utah's Rainbow Bridge is the world's largest natural bridge at 290 feet tall and 275 feet long.
Vermont is home to the Vermont Teddy Bear company, the world's largest online bear company with over 500,000 annual sales.
Virginia is home to the Pentagon, the largest office building in the world containing over 68,000 miles of phone lines.
Washington is home to the world's largest building by volume. Boeing's plant in Everett is over 472 million cubic feet.
The statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square across from the White House is partially made from British cannons that were taken in the War of 1812.
West Virginia's New Rivers Gorge Bridge is the world's third largest arch bridge at over 1,700 feet long.
The National Mustard Museum in Horeb, Wisconsin, holds over 5,300 types of mustard and holds the world's largest mustard collection.
Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park is the world's first national park spanning nearly 3,500 square miles.