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A landscape of buttes, gorges, and spires covers 244,000 acres of southwestern South Dakota. Created by 37 million years of natural erosion, prehistoric creatures are embedded in ribbons of colored stone.  
Credit: South Dakota Tourism 
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Mitchell's famous Corn Palace features designs made with 3,000 bushels of corn. Native grains and grasses are used for trim. The palace, built in 1892, was a tribute to the region's rich agricultural heritage.  
Credit: South Dakota Tourism 
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Storybook Land in Aberdeen, SD, features scenes from kids' favorite nursery rhymes and fairy tales.  
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The Black Hills provide the backdrop for Mount Rushmore, America's Shrine of Democracy. The famous faces of four U.S. presidents measure 60 feet from forehead to chin.  
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In its prime, Fort Sisseton, an 1864 military outpost, served as the center of social activity on the lonely prairie. Each June the fort relives its glory days during the Fort Sisseton Historical Festival.  
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A gigantic monument of Lakota leader, Crazy Horse, is being blasted from a mountain in the Black Hills. The memorial will measure 563 feet high and 641 feet long.  
Credit: Rob DeWall 
 
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