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Art in Abilene – Kansas Murals in America’s Heartland

Art in Abilene - Kansas Murals in America's Heartland

It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. When it comes to murals, these large format, public art masterpieces can help share centuries of history in a very powerful way. Here’s a guide to the Kansas murals you’ll find when you visit Abilene in America’s Heartland.

The Best Tourism Websites in the US (to Build Your Travel Bucket List)

Visit Idaho is one of the best travel and tourism websites in the US

While most travel and tourism websites provide recommendations on things to do, places to eat, and where to stay, only the best tourism websites offer additional features, interactive tools, and other experiences that surprise and delight travelers who are filling their bucket lists and planning adventures.  Organized by region, these are the best tourism websites …

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Travel Tips & Themes: Street Art

Travel Tips & Themes – Street Art From coast to coast and continent to continent, street art — like large format murals and outdoor sculptures — is increasingly popular. These images and statues tell each city’s story in a very personal way, showcasing its history, culture, passion, and pride. Street Art in Europe With more …

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34 Facts I Learned About the 34th President by Visiting the Eisenhower Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home

34 Facts I Learned About the 34th President by Visiting the Eisenhower Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home

While states like Virginia, Ohio, and Texas have been home to multiple presidents, Kansas is the home of just one, Dwight D. Eisenhower. The hard-working farm boy from Abilene, Kansas, graduated from West Point and helped change the course of history by directing the largest amphibious assault in history on D-Day. Here are 34 facts …

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