WHAT'S INSIDE: UNITED STATES

The United States is one of the most geographically diverse nations on Earth. Between its two coasts are rugged mountains, vast deserts and plains, the Grand Canyon and the heavily forest Pacific Northwest.
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FEATURED: UNITED STATES

Rappahannock River, a river in Virginia. Its source is near Front Royal in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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West Virginia, one of the South Atlantic states of the United States. Unlike other states of the South Atlantic group, West Virginia does not border the Atlantic Ocean.

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Colorado, one of the states in the west-central United States. It is crossed by the snowcapped Rocky Mountains and is sometimes called the “Top of the Nation,” because its mean (average) elevation—6,800 feet (2,073 m)—is the highest of any state.

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