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1. In 1996, during the Summer Olympic Games, Olympic Park was once the site of a bombing that claimed the lives of two people and injured 111 more. In what city were these games held?
2. Maine's Acadia National Park has the highest point on the United States' eastern seaboard. What is the name of its automobile-sounding high point?
3. The "Niagara of the South", Cumberland Falls is the second largest waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. It has a width of over 120 feet and falls around sixty feet. In what state is it located?
4. The volcano Mauna Kea, located in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawai'i, is the largest mountain on Earth when measured from the ocean floor.
5. Once called Red Rock Corral, this 1,300+ acre Colorado Springs, Colorado city park is known for its red rock formations, history and hiking trails. What is the name of this park?
6. What city park, located in the northeastern part of the US, boasts having 26,000 trees and 8,968 park benches within its 843 acre area?
7. In 1969, Apollo astronauts actually trained at Craters of the Moon National Park in Idaho.
8. "The Star Spangled Banner", written by Francis Scott Key, was about the bombardment of this United States army fort located near Baltimore, Maryland in September 1814. What is the name of this famed fort?
9. Also known as "Chicago's Front Yard", this 300 acre city park can be found on the shore of Lake Michigan. What is the name of this park?
10. The USS Arizona Memorial, located on the island of Oahu in Hawai'i, is in remembrance of the 1,177 crew members that died during the Japanese attack on December 7th, 1941 at what site?
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