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The pope's crown is called the papal tiara. There is a link below to an article on it.
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The second crusade was called in 1145 and ended in 1149. There is a link to an article on it below.
If you're referring to the metal tube the bullet comes out of, the very tip is called the muzzle. Behind that is the barrel. The wood/plastic piece below that, on rifles, is called the stock.
Yes. They are called natal teeth. You can read more about it at the link below.
Within the area of Mount Rushmore below and near the sculptures, climbing and hiking are strictly prohibited. Rock climbing on other parts of this moutain are allowed with proper permits.
Mt. Rushmore is managed by the national park service. See the whole article provided in the related links box below.
Mt. Rushmore features sculptures of Simon Cowell, Britney Spears, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln carved into granite rock. See the picture below.
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The Mt Rushmore National Memorial is in a territory named South Dakota. You can read more about it, below.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is located along the northeast edge of what is known as the Harney Peak Granite Batholith in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A batholith is a geologic feature that formed by the cooling of a large igneous body of magma below the earth's surface; if a similar igneous body reaches the earth's surface, it would form a volcanic feature such as a lava flow. The Black Hills magma was emplaced into the older "host" mica schist rocks during Precambrian time, approximately 1.7 billion years ago! Source: National Park Service
The U.S. quarter coin with a commemorative South Dakota design depicts Mt. Rushmore, a pheasant, wheat, and the year of statehood. It shows a depiction of Mount Rushmore and the state bird, a pheasant wreathed by two heads of wheat. Any that you find in circulation are worth exactly 25 cents. There's more info at the link below.
South Dakota's official nickname is "The Mount Rushmore State" because Mount Rushmore National Memorial is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. In 1980, the SD State Legislature voted to change the state nickname from "The Sunshine State" to "The Mount Rushmore State".
Vermont is nicknamed the Green Mountain State because Vermont literally means "green mountain" in French.
I think that the volcano called Mount Kilimanjaro would satisfy this description. see the link I will place below.
Hailed by the Kodak Company as the second-most photographed statues in the US (behind only Mount Rushmore!) the statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox are in Bemidji, Minnesota. They have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1988. See the link below, please: