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    Gettysburg National Battlefield

    Gettysburg Covered Bridge...would love to visit this one.

    On the anniversary of President Lincoln’s 1863 Gettysburg Address, a volunteer in period dress lights luminarias. The candles illuminate markers commemorating soldiers killed at the Battle of Gettysburg.

    Gettysburg National Cemetery: Worth a visit to see where Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address. Also very sobering to see the graves of the Civil War soldiers, many marked "unknown."

    One lucky teacher will win a trip to teach from the Gettysburg National Military Park! Submit your favorite teacher today at www.7wondersofthe...

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania -- been there so many times. I've got to get back there!

    Gettysburg Battlefield & National Cemetery - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 2009

    Gettysburg, PA

    Gettysburg Pennsylvania. One of my very favorite places I've ever been. Hopefully I can visit with Sam someday, he would love it!


    Petrified Forrest national park

    Yosemite National Park

    Gettysburg National Cemetery - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania - Battlefield Monument. I was truly amazed at how hauntingly beautiful and moving this site is. Unfortunately the kids were too little to remember our two visits. We'll have to get back someday.

    Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania- such a sad and eerie place, but its also so beautiful at the the same time

    Gettysburg -- Went in high school on a field trip and then went again on my first date with my boyfriend. We're wonderful nerds.

    Gettysburg, PA is one place I have always wanted to visit. If there is a good historical story, you can bet I'll want to check it out.

    Virginia Falls - Glacier National Park, Montana

    Gettysburg. I want to live there

    Pink Sand Beach, Isla Harbour, Bahamas " This gorgeous speck of land is known for its flower-lined streets, quaint cottages, and above all for the pinkish hue of its eastern beaches. Pink Sands beach, the most famous, is a three-mile-long strip that's wide and rarely crowded. "