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O estado de Nebraska, nos Estados Unidos, tem maravilhas em todas as direções: vastas pradarias ao leste, penhascos majestosos e picos a oeste e dunas de areia no centro, tornando toda viagem tão panorâmica como divertida.

O estado também é rico em história, com muitas oportunidades para explorar o seu patrimônio. Depois de ouvir as histórias, crie as suas próprias. Faça uma excursão pelo Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, aventure-se ao longo da trilha de Lewis e Clark ou explorar um forte militar histórico.

Não importa aonde vá — nem de onde venha: você será sempre recebido com um sorriso acolhedor. Confira dicas do que fazer em Nebraska!

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The Sandhills of Nebraska

The Sandhills of Nebraska

Along the 438 kilometers of this scenic byway through the rolling hills of central Nebraska, you’ll find towns, ranches and lots of opportunities to view wildlife, including the spring migration of Sandhill cranes.

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Toadstool Geologic Park

Toadstool Geologic Park

Check out the lunar landscape in this park, set in the Oglala National Grasslands, which features rocks that look like toadstools. Take a self-guided tour, discover fossils or enjoy a picnic.

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Chimney Rock National Historic Site

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

This rock formation, with its famous jagged spire rising toward the sky, was the most talked-about landmark among the settlers who traveled West. A visitor’s center here tells the story and offers you a chance to pack your own wagon.

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Niobrara National Scenic River

Niobrara National Scenic River

Kayak or hike along this stunning river and take in the idyllic Midwestern landscape, featuring 200 waterfalls, lots of wildlife and over 500 species of plants.

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Scotts Bluff National Monument

Scotts Bluff National Monument

Both the Native Americans and later settlers considered this 1,200-hectare range of sculptural bluffs an important natural landmark. In addition to viewing museum exhibits, drive Summit Road to the top of the bluff, hike Saddle Rock Trail or sign up for a ranger tour to learn more about pioneer history.

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