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Lugares emblemáticos en Adirondack Mountains

Sitio histórico
“The National Park is dedicated to the Revolution battle that took place in the area. Just outside the park is the Saratoga National Cemetery where those who have fought for the US are interred in their final resting place. ”
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“Privately owned nature park with an entrance fee. Safe trail access for all ages in the shadow of Whiteface with four splendid waterfalls cascading over rocks in a deep crevice carved a billion years ago. www.highfallsgorge.com”
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Sitio histórico
“Abolitionist John Brown's farm and gravesite. Nice easy hiking and xc ski/snowshoe trails that go around the farm and under the base of the olympic ski jumps. Great views”
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Sitio histórico
“Take a step into the past as you enter North Creek’s restored 1872 Adirondack/D&H Railroad Depot. Saved from the brink of demolition, the North Creek Railroad Station now serves as a Museum (with a fabulous diorama), heritage center, as well as a cultural and economic hub in Historic North Creek. ”
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History Museum
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Sitio histórico
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Sitio histórico
“Heavily steeped in history, the 35 acre park with scene of warfare between the Algonquin and Iroquois Indian tribes, and between Indian and American colonies during the revolution. Be sure to see these historic monuments: statue of father Isaac Jogues, the first white man to have seen lake George; bronze sculpture of the Indian; the fugures of General William Johnson and King Hendrick of the Mohawks. Also are the remains of the southwest Bastions of the old Fort George stone fortress. Enjoy a beautiful picnic setting of trees with fireplaces, picnic tables, pavilion, water and sanitary facilities. Sits across the lake. Small parking fee.”
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