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oregon local customs,tourist attractions Introduction

Oregon is located in the northwestern United States and the Pacific Ocean on the East West Idaho, North and south is ranged from California and Washington is a good place for a Shanqingshuixiu. As for why was dubbed the "Republic of China", the reason is always the diverse. But I guess the main, probably because the state has too many local characteristics of the legal provisions and policies, and the United States compared to other federal states is more like an independent state. This point is the state motto described AlisVolatPropiis (Latin, meaning "with her own wings").
Capital of Salem (Salem), the largest city of Portland (Portland).



Portland is a quiet and tidy city, although there are many big cities in the United States, but since I came to Portland tourism, they fell in love with the United States Coast town. Here the natural environment can be said that the United States is like a painting, everywhere the scenery will make people leave a deep impression.
In addition to the southeast of the relative desolation, Oregon is full of fascinating tourist attractions. Click the Scott mountains is located in the central part of the state, the cascade and translated in Chinese means "waterfall", in that area, indeed all over the pleasing waterfalls. Near the capital of Salem is a state park, hidden in the temperate rainforests by Douglas cedar, set up a seven mile long loop trail. Visitors can while hiking while enjoying the ten different posture beautiful waterfall.
Then north to the junction of Washington state, is the famous Columbia River Canyon Scenic area. From the eastern suburbs of Portland began to have a mountain road along the meandering river fifty miles, the perfect design is called the king of the road. The car is like walking in the shade corridor, every few miles there is a waterfall hanging on the mountain.
Oregon scenery spots beyond count. Here you can enjoy the beautiful coast, the endless mountains, magnificent volcano Lake sparkling and desert. If you want to be a world-class Pinot grapes, the best food and craft beer, biking, canoeing, windsurfing or other wonderful experience, Oregon will as you wish.
Food and drink
Oregon's culinary in the United States is the most exciting and exciting. Using all natural ingredients, due to geographical diversification, Oregon produces a large number of high-quality wild and growing food, pear, salmon, mushrooms, berries, and local breeding of beef, and a variety of seafood. Statewide agricultural markets continue to grow, many professional or amateur chefs are attracted to come, get their favorite fresh ingredients. Perhaps this is the Oregon pioneer nature dictates, but in this enterprising culture, food is should be done attentively, and is worth it.
In a short period of forty years, Oregon's modern brewing industry completed the leap from the start to the world famous. Since the last century, some of the 60s wine pioneer decided to move here, the number of wineries (now more than 400) with a staggering rate of growth year by year. Championship level Pinot makes Oregon as approachable and down-to-earth wine region is renowned far and near, ready to welcome visitors to taste their fine wine.

On Mount Hood is an active volcano, the last eruption was in 1866. In the past 15 years, there have been four large volcanic eruption, eruption of nearby areas caused a huge impact, it is hailed as one of the most dangerous volcano Mount Hood. Hu Deshan is the highest mountain in Oregon, and relatively easy to climb, every year there will be 10000 people to climb a mountain. Hu Deshan has 12 glaciers and snow area, Eliot glacier is the largest glacier, 80% of the glaciers are more than 2100 meters. Hu Deshan snow area has become Oregon famous ski resort, every year there will be a lot of people to the ski.
Hood Mount
One of the ten most dangerous volcanoes in the United States.

f Long Island (what Brooklyn was known as c 1776) that includes period clothes and weapons.
There’s also a great playground for kids here.
MONTGOMERY PLACE NEIGHBORHOOD OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (btwn Prospect Park West & Eighth Ave; 2/3, 4 to Grand Army Plaza) This shady, one-block street contains a coveted series of beaux arts row houses, most of which were built by Paris-educated Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert in the 1880s.
GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY If you really want to enjoy a slice of scenic Brooklyn in total peace and quiet, make for Green-Wood Cemetery OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (www.green-wood.com; 500 25th St, at Fifth Ave; 7:45am-5pm; R to 25th St) F .
A historic burial ground set on the borough’s highest point, it covers almost 500 hilly acres.
Its myriad tombs, mausoleums and patches of forest are connected by a looping network of roads and trails, making this a perfect spot for some aimless rambling.
Founded in 1838, the cemetery is the final resting place of all kinds of notable personalities.
In fact, some 600,000 people are buried here – that’s at least 530 miles’ worth, if you laid them head-to-toe.
This includes inventor Samuel Morse, mobster Joey Gallo, abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher, and ’80s graffitist and Brooklyn son Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The best spot in the cemetery is Battle Hill , the highest point, where the Continental Army fought off British troops during the 1776 Battle of Long Island.
The event is commemorated by the 7ft statue of Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom, who waves to the Statue of Liberty in the distance.
The hill is located in the northeast sector of the cemetery, off Battle Ave.
Maestro Leonard Bernstein and Brooklyn Dodgers owner Charles Ebbets are both buried in the vicinity.
You can pick up a free map at the entrance.
On Wednesdays at 1pm, there is a two-hour trolley tour (per person $15).
Note the squawking green parakeets nesting atop the Gothic entryway – these guys apparently broke out of an airport crate in 1980 and have lived here ever since.
Tip: pack mosquito repellent in the summer.
Prospect Heights Just across Flatbush Ave from Park Slope is the easygoing Prospect Heights.
Once a home to Italian, Jewish and Irish residents, it began to attract African Americans and West Indians in the middle of the 20th century.
Today, it draws a mix of young families and professionals who appreciate the proximity to Prospect Park.
Most businesses are clustered along Vanderbilt and Washington Aves.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM MUSEUM See Click here.
BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN GARDENS OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (www.bbg.org; 1000 Washington Ave, at Crown St; adult/child $10/free, Tue & 10am-noon free, Sat; 8am-6pm Tue-Fri, 10am-6pm Sat & Sun; ; 2/3 to Eastern Pkwy-Brooklyn Museum ) One of Brooklyn’s most picturesque attractions, this 52-acre garden is home to thousands of plants and trees, as well as a Japanese garden where river turtles swim alongside a Shinto shrine.
The best time to visit is late April or early May, when the blooming cherry trees (a gift from Japan) are celebrated in Sakura Matsuri, the Cherry Blossom Festival .
A network of trails connect the Japanese garden to other popular sections devoted to native flora, bonsai trees, a wood covered in bluebells and a rose garden.
There are multiple entrances.
The best one is at Washington Ave, south of the Brooklyn Museum, which leads to a stunning new visitors center that opened in 2012.
The structure, designed by Weiss/Manfredi, features a ‘living’ roof covered in 40,000 plants.
BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY LIBRARY OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 718-230-2100; www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org; 10 Grand Army Plaza, btwn Flatbush & Eastern Pkwy; 9am-9pm Mon-Thu, 10am-6pm Fri & Sat, 1-5pm Sun; ; B, Q to 7th Ave, 2/3 to Eastern Pkwy-Brooklyn Museum) F Brooklyn’s Central Library is an art deco master?iece from 1941 that contains over one million books, magazines and multimedia items.
The limestone-covered building is shaped like an open book and there are 15 bronze panels above its 50ft-high entrance featuring literary characters like Tom Sawyer and Moby Dick.
Free events happen throughout the year, including film screenings, classical concerts and weekly story time for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Local Life South Brooklyn This four-mile walk takes in some of Brooklyn’s most fascinating neighborhoods, where new restaurants, shops, bars and cafes are rapidly changing the urban landscape.
Along the way, you’ll stroll through leafy neighborhoods, past brownstone-lined streets and across two pretty parks.
To hit the flea markets and greenmarkets mentioned here, do this walk on a Saturday.
A Day at the Park A stroll across pleasant 30-acre Fort Greene Park is a leisurely way to kick off the day.
Climb the hill to the Prison Ship Martyr’s Monument for views of Manhattan.
On Saturday, there’s a greenmarket just off the park on Cumberland St (we’re fond of the apple cider doughnuts).
A Walk in Fort Greene The leafy neighborhood surrounding the park is also called Fort Greene.
Take a stroll along restaurant-lined DeKalb Ave, Fort Greene’s main thoroughfare.
Stop for coffee at Smooch OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (264 Carlton Ave, btwn DeKalb & Willoughby; C to Lafay?ette Ave, G to Fulton St) .
Peak down the side streets for a glimpse of some of Brooklyn’s loveliest streets.
Browsing New York’s Best Market Situated on the grounds of a school, the Brooklyn Flea hosts over 200 vendors who congregate to sell their wares, ranging from antiques and vintage clothes to enticing to-go snacks.
Wandering in Prospect Heights Crossing Atlantic Ave you arrive in Prospect Heights, another charming Brooklyn hood.
Vanderbilt Ave is the main drag, with shops, restaurants and cafes aplenty.
Stop at the Vanderbilt OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (570 Vanderbilt Ave, cnr Bergen St; brunch mains $10-15; 5- 11pm daily & 11am-3pm Sat & Sun) for seasonal Modern American cooking.
Grand Army Plaza Continue down to Grand Army Plaza OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (Prospect Park, Prospect Park West & Flatbush Ave; 6am-midnight; ; 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza, B, Q to 7th Ave) , a giant traffic circle crowned by a massive arch.
Just south, at the Prospect Park entrance, is a popular Saturday greenmarket.
6 Brooklyn’s Verdant Oasis Prospect Park , Brooklyn’s ver sion of Central Park, features many of the same landscape features but with far fewer crowds.
A grassy meadow (perfect for picnics and kite-flying), forested trails and a scenic lake are the big draws.
7Window-Shopping on Fifth Ave Strolling west out of the park, you enter Park Slope, with tree-lined streets and historic brownstones in every direction.
Fifth Ave is one of the commercial drags (as is Seventh Ave).
Visit the curious Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (www.superherosupplies.com; 372 Fifth Ave, btwn 5th & 6th Sts; R to 9th St, F, G to 4th Ave) for capes, disguises and particle guns

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Birmingham, which did not exist on the map until 1813, is now one of the most populous cities in AlabamA.For nearly 60 years, only small agricultural towns passed by railways were inhabiteD.Long-term primitive conditions eventually made it the only place in the world where steelmaking raw materials (coal mines, iron ore, limestone) coexist within 10 miles of diameter.
In addition to its rich and primitive natural resources, Birmingham has 99 historic blocks, known as the cradle of the American Civil Rights Movement.
If you have plans to come here, you must not miss the following places.
Birmingham Institute of Civil Rights Birmingham Civil Rights Institute The Museum of History showcases the development of the American Civil Rights Movement from the 1950s to the 1960s.
It is also a period of history that has completely changed the course of American progress.
Here, you can see the history of black Americans struggling for civil rights, as well as the moments of the civil rights movement.
The Birmingham Institute of Civil Rights has become one of Birmingham's most historic tourist attractions by showing people from all over the world the changes in American human rights and civil rights.
Natural Food and Activities In addition to its historic significance, Birmingham is also a vibrant city.
Rich sports culture and healthy lifestyle integrate outdoor sports into every corner of the city.
You can go to a baseball game in Barons, or you can experience the charm of outdoor sports in person.
Besides, Birmingham is also a food distribution center.
Here you can taste the freshest and healthiest ingredients, as well as the innovative and amazing culinary art.
If you like freshly picked fruits and vegetables, ready-made jams, delicate desserts and hand-made accessories, you must not miss Saturday Market every week.
Gbagbo Classical Motorcycle Museum Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum The greatest highlight of Gbagbo Classical Motorcycle Museum is that it has its own track!
In addition, there is the longest bridge in AlabamA.The unique architectural design allows 3000 people to stand on the bridge at the same time, which has become another highlight of the museum.
As a motorcycle museum, exhibits can not be underestimated.
The Museum has the largest collection of lotus sports cars in the world and also exhibits the 1964 F1 champion, Ferrari F158. And the Porche Sport Driving School in Barber Motorsports Park is 30% larger than that in Germany.
Beijing, referred to as Beijing for short, is the capital, municipality directly under the Central Government of the People's Republic of China, a national central city, a mega-city, a national political center, a cultural center, an international exchange center and a center for scientific and technological innovation. It is the office of the Central Committee of China, the Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China and the National People's Congress.
Beijing is located in the north of North China Plain, back to Yanshan, adjacent to Tianjin and Hebei Province. The climate of Beijing is a typical semi-humid continental monsoon climate in the north temperate zone.
Beijing is the first batch of national historic and cultural cities and the world's largest number of world cultural heritage cities. More than 3,000 years of history has bred the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, the Badaling Great Wall, the Summer Palace and many other places of interest and historic interest. As early as 700,000 years ago, the primitive tribe "Beijingers" appeared in Zhoukoudian area of Beijing. In 1045 BC, Beijing became the capital of Ji and Yan. Since 938, Beijing has successively become the capital of Liao, Jin Zhongdu, Yuan Dadu and Ming and Qing Dynasties. On October 1, 1949, it became the capital of the People's Republic of China.
By the end of 2015, the permanent population of Beijing was 21.705 million, an increase of 189,000 over the end of 2014. Among them, 8.226 million people are permanent immigrants, accounting for 37.9% of the permanent population. In 2015, Beijing achieved a GDP of 2296.86 billion yuan, an increase of 6.9% over 2014. On July 31, 2015, IOC President Bach announced that Beijing would join hands with Zhangjiakou to win the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Beijing has thus become the first city in the world to host both the Summer Olympic Games and the Winter Olympic Games.
In 2015, Beijing achieved a GDP of 2296.86 billion yuan, an increase of 6.9% over 2014. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 14.02 billion yuan, down by 9.6%; the added value of the secondary industry was 45.26 billion yuan, up by 3.3%; and the added value of the tertiary industry was 183.02 billion yuan, up by 8.1%. According to the resident population, the per capita GDP of Beijing reached 106,284 yuan (US$17064 at the annual average exchange rate).
Beijing is one of the four ancient capitals of China. There are many folk customs with local characteristics: Beijing snack, Beijing opera, Beijing rhyme drum, cross talk, stage play, iron board fast book, cloisonne, tooth carving, hairy monkey, lacquer carving, scorpion race and scorpion cage, sugar blower, noodlers and so on.
aviation Beijing Capital International Airport is the largest airport in the world. It is the main center of China International Airlines. It is located in Shunyi District, Beijing (administrative Chaoyang District), 20 kilometers away from the center of Beijing. Almost all domestic and international flights in Beijing stop and take off at Beijing Capital International Airport. Passenger throughput reached 81.929 million in 2012, second only to Atlanta Airport in the world. The airport and Beijing section are connected by the Beijing Airport Expressway, which can be reached in about 40 minutes under good road conditions. Beijing has also built a Beijing Metro Airport Line, which takes about 15 minutes from Dongzhimen to Terminal T2 of Beijing Capital International Airport.
The Palace Museum (also known as the Forbidden City) is the first palace building in Beijing. It is the largest existing palace complex in China and even in the world. It was originally the palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Its architecture has typical Chinese classical style and is the most precious treasure house of culture and art in China. The Summer Palace has both the exquisite and delicate water town in the south of the Yangtze River and the magnificent atmosphere of the northern gardens, the green water and pleasant scenery in Zhongshan Park. The Temple of Heaven is the largest ancient sacrificial building complex in China and the world's precious heritage of architectural art. It is the place where emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties offered sacrifices to heaven and prayed for valleys with complete layout and beautiful environment. The Ming Tombs are the largest ancient tombs group in Beijing, with 13 emperors'Mausoleums in Ming Dynasty, especially the Changling Mausoleum.

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The three sisters volcano (Three Sisters) The three sisters volcano in Oregon, three is a volcano of the cascade range, respectively, in the North called sister volcano volcano and volcano South sister sister, the height of 3074 meters, 3062 meters is 3159 meters, is fourth, fifth and third in Oregon peak.
The first settlers from the north to the South will be named loyalty (Faith), hope (Hope) and compassion (charity).
North Sister volcano is the oldest of the three sisters mountain volcano, since the last century hasn't erupted, due to frequent rock falls, which is the three most difficult mountain climbing mountains.
The last time the outbreak of volcano sister 50000 years ago, has not erupted traces, is considered to be a dead volcaNo. South sister volcano is the youngest volcano, no more than 50000 years of age, is the highest volcano volcano in three sisters.
It is the most recent eruption in 2000 before the formation of a diameter of 0.4 meters of the top of the volcano, and the formation of a volcano lake.
The three sisters volcano with its elegant posture show in front of people, once they are very active, but now calm down quietly watching this place.
They become the object of people climbing on the top of the mountain, people want to enjoy the beauty of the mountain.
Three Sisters (Oregon)
Reason: Oregon most stretches of the volcano
Spots continents: North America
Scenic region / country: the United States
Attractions of the province, Oregon State [Oregon State]
county is located in the sea lion caves Wren Oregon, consisting of a series of caves, formed in the 2500 million years ago, in 1880 years, local fishermen found that, as the world's longest sea caves, regardless of the shape or size of view, is the world's most prominent cave.
The sea lion caves have 12 storeys high, a football field, is a natural home for wild lions, the annual autumn season, about more than 80000 wild sea lions gathered here in spring and autumn, they will breed and breed in the cave on the rocks, they live in light of heart from care.
At the same time many seabirds are also home to the sea lion caves, when every year at the beginning of April, will appear on the bill.
In addition to sea lions and seabirds, sea lions cave is also frequented by local orcas.
The sea lion caves opening time is from 9:00 to 18:00, in addition to Thanksgiving, christmas Eve and christmas day, open year-round.
Sea Lion caves
Reason: the world's longest sea caves
Spots continents: North America
Scenic region / country: the United States
Attractions of the province, Oregon State [Oregon State]
The canyon is located in hell Oregon Eastern Idaho West, 16 km wide, known as North America's deep river canyon, up to 2436 meters.
This gorge by the Snake River and water erosion, more than a century, has been in this Perse (Indian) residence.
Hell Valley is one of the most rugged canyon in North America, formed in the last glacial period, due to the rugged, most areas need to take the boat to arrive, but still attracts many tourists to visit.
On the history, many hiking in this region, the fisherman, whitewater rafting, campers and outdoor sports challenger attractive, can not only enjoy the beautiful natural scenery, but also their own challenges.
In parts of the canyon also formed a white beach, you can rest lying in the white beach, or ride to North American trout fishing.
Hells canyon
Reason: the deepest river canyon in North America
Spots continents: North America
Scenic region / country: the United States
Attractions at the provincial, state, Oregon and Idaho [Oregon and Idaho States]

   Hood is a mountain located in the northwestern United States, Oregon, Hood3429 meters in elevation, Oregon is the highest mountain in the cascade Mountains, fourth mountain peak, from the British admiral Samuel hood.
Hood is an active volcano, last erupted in 1866 years, in the past 15000 years, there have been large scale eruption of the volcano eruption of nearby areas caused a huge impact, so there will be Hood as one of the 10 most dangerous volcano in the United states.
Hood is the highest mountain in Oregon, and relatively easy to climb, every year there will be 10000 people to climb a mountain.
Hood has 12 glaciers and snow area, Eliot glacier is the largest glacier, 80% are higher than 2100 meters.
Hood snow area has become Oregon famous ski resort, every year there will be a lot of people to the ski.

In the incomplete diary (seven) - Portland city - the moment
The west coast of North Portland, as the largest city of oregon.
I'm here, the beginning is really not to regard it as right there.
The downtown city is not large, not what buildings.
There seemed to be no matter what time did what people in the office are always feel empty.
However, in fact, this city has a very good reputation, is very suitable for living.
From the hotel to go to work on foot, walk five or six blocks to the.
The only after a bus pass Sixth Street, lush trees on both sides, the morning sun shone through the leaves, warm, suddenly reminds me of singapore.
In fact, many Singaporeans building too much, do not know which nerve let me put here in Singapore and link up, maybe this is not what is related.
Portland is known to rain, did not think of when I gave my best sunshine.
Lived in Portland for a week, I do not know how to feel more and more love.
Look carefully, this is really a nice city, clean streets, elegant old buildings, people under the sun leisurely, make everything feel just perfect.
I love the end of the day, while the sun is still bright, wandering in this strange city.
The sun was very long, the city was surrounded by green trees, a wild profusion of vegetation, the evening can't let a person love.
In the streets of Portland city took a lot of photos, see the love with the camera lens to record something, I hope it makes me more sensitive to some strange places.
That will see some of the weird person in the street before going to Portland, and some interesting people on the street, talking to people in the United States but everywhere is not unusual, and some have long hair and a long beard man, clothes, carrying a large bag, let people eat not what is a tramp or an artiSt. See the road passing convertible car, driving is a bare upper part of the black, very nice color.
In addition to that in every corner cafe sitting in front of people drink chat.
Time to go home, the aircraft off over Portland, you can see the snow capped mountains.
Remember the snow capped mountain is Yunnan north of ERON last seen, it seems so far, need to go to a place to see numerous hills and streams.
Here, the snow seemed to be on their own doorstep, from the fifth floor office window can see.
This, I do not know is not also a kind of happiness.

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