What you need to know about the sights in the Southland

Posted September 16, 2018 07:03:54 While you might not be able to walk the beaches of New York or Miami, you can visit the South in many ways.

Sightseeing is an essential part of Southland culture and the region has a thriving local economy.

Whether you’re heading to a summer holiday or just need to enjoy the scenery, here are the sights to look out for.

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Covington-Bennett-Dover airport (Dover, Indiana) The Doves’ former airfield in Covingtons-Bethlehem is the oldest in the state and was built in 1784, the same year that the first plane made its maiden flight over the U.S. The terminal is located right next to the historic airport, with an assortment of historic buildings to see.

You can also check out the airport’s historic museum, the CovingTON-BETHANY museum.

There’s also a free shuttle service that provides visitors with a free stop at the airport for food, souvenirs, and more.

The Dove Museum offers a wide range of items including aircraft, aviation history, and the Doves own planes.

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Lake Okeechobee (Lake Okechobee, Florida) Located just north of Orlando, Lake Ogeechoboe offers a variety of attractions including the National Marine Museum, the World’s Largest Ice Fishing Pier, the world famous Dockside Hotel, and many other attractions.

Lake’s best known attraction is the Ice Fishing Pond, a large, open pond with a pond that’s approximately 100 feet in diameter.

This small pond is popular with divers, as well as swimmers, and is often visited by kayakers and swimmers.

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The National Museum of the American Indian (Washington, D.C.)

This is one of the largest and most prestigious museums in the U: it houses more than 70 million artifacts, including thousands of artifacts from all corners of the world.

Located in a historic hotel, the museum houses a wide variety of artifacts including Native American artifacts, ancient coins, beads, ceramics, and stone.

The museum also houses more recently acquired artifacts including some artifacts from the American Revolution, such as the sword used to kill George Washington.

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National Parks in the United States: Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

The United States National Parks are a collection of land and water resources, some of which are listed as “Earth’s last refuge,” and they include the Great Lakes and the Atlantic coast.

Each National Park has a unique and exciting history, with several of the most famous parks in the country including Yellowstone, Grand Tetermount, Grand Coulee, Grand Staircase, and Yellowstone.

The Grand Canyon is the third largest canyon in the world, with a height of 6,854 feet.

In addition to the world’s largest canyon, the park has many other scenic spots that you’ll enjoy if you’re in the area.

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Baja California Sur The beautiful and rugged coastal region of Baja, Mexico is known for its beaches, beaches, and beachfronts.

While the beaches are often spectacular, the area also has many interesting sights, including the Baja Blue Lagoon, where tourists can enjoy the waves while watching the waves wash over the waves and the lagoon itself, which is a unique natural amphitheater.

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Punta de Tocantins, the oldest island in the Caribbean Sea, is home to more than 2,000 species of birds and reptiles, as many as in all of Africa.

There are also hundreds of species of sea birds, including great horned owls, and other marine creatures.

It is the only island in Central America that’s both a tourist and an archaeological site.

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The Blue Lagos National Park is home for some of the oldest, most unique and most beautiful sea turtles found in the ocean.

They have been known to live as long as 30 years and are known for their incredible diving abilities.

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Grand Canyon National Parks is home of some of America’s largest natural wonders including the Grand Canyon and the Grand Stairs.

The park includes the famous “Mountain of Faith,” the “Great Smoky Mountains,” and the “Seven Sisters” and “Mount Rushmore.”

The Grand Stops are one of only a few places on earth where you can truly walk with an open mind and be surrounded by nature.

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The Lost City of Zanzibar (Nigeria) Zanziah is the largest city in Africa and has a population of about 2 million people.

It’s also known as the “City of Wonders,” and is one the most beautiful cities in Africa.

The city is known as a center for tourism, with many cultural, architectural, and historical sites.

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Mount Rushmore National Monument is home the largest single monument in the contiguous United States