Author: Bhupin

If the word “Puerto Rico” sounds familiar, there’s a very high chance you might have also heard in the lyrics of the record-breaking song, “Despacito”. The song was filmed and recorded here in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean Sea and has been a territory of the United States since 1898. And as per the facts, No, Puerto Rico is not a state of the USA nor a sovereign nation. However, Puerto Ricans by birth have the right to American citizenship and can move freely between the island and the U.S. mainland. Moreover,…

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The Rocky Belt of the United States of America can be truly experienced in Colorado State. Packed with five regions: The Great Plains, The Southern Rocky Mountains, The Colorado Plateau, the Wyoming Basin, and the Middle Rocky Mountains. Colorado shares its borders with Wyoming and Nebraska to the north, Nebraska and Kansas to the east, Oklahoma and New Mexico to the south, and Utah to the west. Living in Colorado The history of Colorado goes back more than 14,000 years. The Folsom culture archaeological site offers artefacts that date to approximately the 88th century BC. Colorado became the state of…

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The next east stop from the “Sin City”: Vegas, comes home to the Grand Canyon: Arizona. Located at the south-western part of the United States of America, Arizona shares its border with California and Nevada in the west, Utah on the north, New Mexico in the east and Mexico in the south. The sixth-largest state in the US, Arizona has some of the fascinating features in the geographical and political history of the United States. Arizona has been the 48th state of the US since February 14, 1912. Major cities according to population are Phoenix; the capital, Flagstaff, Prescott, Tucson…

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