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Há uma linha comum que percorre cada uma das várias culturas da Dakota do Norte: a cordialidade. Na verdade, “Dakota” é uma palavra Sioux que significa “amigo”. O estado é conhecido por sua hospitalidade e variedade cultural. Dois dos maiores eventos são o United Tribes International Powwow, um dos maiores encontros entre índios do país, que reúne 1.500 dançarinos e percussionistas de 70 povos indígenas americanos de todos os EUA e Canadá, e o Norsk Høstfest, o maior festival escandinavo do continente.

Da cultura lendária à aventura lendária, viva tudo o que há para viver.

Faça parte do quadro e viaje para qualquer lugar da Dakota do Norte para experimentar coisas divertidas para ver e fazer. Há o exclusivo Bonanzaville, ou você pode exercitar seus músculos de criatividade no Plains Art Museum, em Fargo. Confira as Badlands; os primeiros americanos as chamavam de “o inferno com o fogo extinto”. Hoje, os exploradores dizem que a área de North Dakota Badlands é linda, acidentada e incrível. Teddy Roosevelt ficou tão impressionado que construiu dois ranchos nas Badlands, e os visitantes podem conhecer a Maltese Cross Cabin antes de entrar no Theodore Roosevelt National Park em Medora. As duas unidades do parque estão próximas às extremidades da Maah Daah Hey Trail, uma trilha de 160 km para passeios a cavalo, caminhadas e bicicletas que liga as duas unidades do parque. Em Medora, não deixe de experimentar o fondue de carne no espeto e a noite do Medora Musical.

Siga o corredor do rio Missouri e a Lewis and Clark Trail, atravessando a Dakota do Norte. Em Bismarck-Mandan, visite o Fort Abraham Lincoln, sede da 7a Cavalaria quando eles partiram para Little Bighorn e On-A-Slant Indian Village. Outros vilarejos da região incluem Chief Looking’s Village e Double Ditch Indian Village, ao norte de Bismarck. Pare no State Museum do North Dakota Heritage Center, no terreno da sede do estado. Em Washburn, visite o Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center e o Fort Mandan, e faça uma parada na terra natal de Sacagawea, Knife River Indian Villages em Stanton. O Fort Union National Historic Site fica no rio ao longo da fronteira com Montana.

O International Peace Garden, com 931 hectares na fronteira dos EUA com o Canadá, simboliza a paz entre os dois vizinhos. Durante a primavera e o verão, os jardins florescem com milhares de flores que cercam os bosques ondulantes, dois lagos e trilhas para caminhada e bicicleta.

Onde quer que você vá, certamente encontrará refeições gratificantes, arte local e regional inspiradora, eventos empolgantes e muito mais.

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Proof of North Dakota’s sunny disposition: the state grows the most sunflowers and makes the most honey in all of the USA.

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Before he became the 26th president of the USA, Theodore Roosevelt became a conservationist and a cowboy after spending many years here. Drive through the Badlands, visit Roosevelt’s restored Maltese Cross Cabin or take in the breathtaking view of Painted Canyon, where jagged mountain peaks compete with grazing bison for most photo-worthy image.

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Grasshopper sculptures along the Enchanted Highway

Enchanted Highway

A kind of rural roadside gallery, Enchanted Highway is decorated with large scale metal sculptures all along its 48 kilometers. Ranging from grasshoppers to fish to tin people, the highway ends in Regent, where you’ll find a gift shop offering all of the sculptures in miniature as well as the Enchanted Castle Hotel.

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Fort Mandan Overlook State Historic Site

This Washburn site is where explorers Lewis and Clark settled a winter headquarters, met Sakakawea and began logging their observations about the people and environment around them. Tour the reconstructed fort to imagine what life was like for these intrepid pioneers.

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National Buffalo Museum

This Jamestown museum dedicated to Plains history is located in a log cabin within Frontier Village, which also includes a 19th century town with restored buildings, homes and businesses to tour. At the museum, exhibits reflect the history of bison in the area and present Plains Indian artifacts. The museum also maintains a live herd of buffalo, including the mystical-looking White Buffalo. Don’t miss a photo op at the “World’s Largest Buffalo” statue.

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North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum

North Dakota's official history museum in Bismarck tracks the state’s evolution from 600 million years ago to the present, and includes thousands of fossils, dinosaur skeletons and other artifacts presented in numerous exhibits, as well as an amphitheater for performances and two indoor theaters.

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Scandinavian Heritage Park

This park in Minot commemorates the Scandinavian pioneers who helped shape North Dakota and features traditional Scandinavian structures and symbols on its grounds, such as the nine-meter-tall Dala Horse, a grass-roof Stabbur (a little Norwegian house used to store food), windmills, flags and the centerpiece building here, a full replica of a Stave church.

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Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

See the remnants of earth lodge dwellings, cache pits, fortification ditches and trails in this Stanton site, where the Plains Indians established villages and encountered Lewis and Clark. The museum showcases artifacts and crafts as well as a replica of an earth lodge.

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Plains Art Museum

Fargo’s Plains-oriented art museum houses nearly 4,000 works in its permanent collection, which includes regional as well as national art, substantial American Indian art and folk art collections, historic photographs and murals. A heritage garden and amphitheater were recently added. 

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Graham’s Island State Park

This park situated around Devils Lake – North Dakota’s largest – is home to some of the best fishing in the state. Swimming and boating are popular pastimes at this beautiful spot.

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International Peace Garden and Mystical Horizons

This 930-hectare garden located near the Canadian border in the Turtle Mountain region was devised to celebrate the peaceful relations between the USA and Canada. Visit the tower, the flower clock, floral flags and bell tower. Walk the gardens and spend some time in the Interpretive Center, which houses a conservatory and restaurant.

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Parque Nacional de Theodore Roosevelt

As belas badlands da Dakota do Norte são o pano de fundo do Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Formadas por 65 milhões de anos de agitação geológica, as bizarras formações de rochas multicoloridas, os desfiladeiros dramáticos e as planícies arrebatadoras são o lar de alces, marmotas e cerca de 500 bisões que desapareceram da área no final do século XIX, mas foram reintroduzidos na década de 1950. O parque é frequentado por quem ama avistar animais selvagens, observar pássaros, praticar hiking, cavalgar, observar estrelas e estradas belíssimas.

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