The American flag is often called The Stars and Stripes, it is also called Old Glory. It has 13 horizontal stripes, 7 red and 6 white, which stand for the original 13 states. In the top left hand corner there are 50 white stars on a blue background.
Uncle Sam is a national personification of the United States (US), and sometimes more specifically of the American government, with the first usage of the term dating from the War of 1812 and the first illustration dating from 1852.
The Liberty Bell hangs in the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was rung for the last time in 1846, for George Washington birthday.
The Bald Eagle became the national emblem of the country in It is the symbol of freedom and power.
The Statue of Liberty was a present from France in 1876 on the occasion of the 100 th anniversary of American independence.
The Capitol is the main building of the country. Its the place, where American laws are made. No other building must be taller than the Capitol, thats why there are no skyscrapers in Washington.
It is in South Dakota. This mount is a monument to the greatest American presidents: G.Washington, T. Jefferson, A. Lincoln, T. Roosevelt.
Mickey Mouse is the symbol of American childhood. Children all over the world enjoy watching his adventures. Created by the famous American producer Walt Disney it has become the favorite cartoon character for many people.
In 1959 American girls said goodbye to the baby dolls and hello to Barbie. Teenage Fashion Model became the best-selling doll in history. Looking at the Barbie, all girls want to be slim and beautiful.
Everything in the world is connected with American currency. Dollar has become popular and powerful all over the world.
McDonalds is largest fast-food chain in the USA with franchises all over the world; originated 1948 in California with hamburger stands opened by Maurice and Richard McDonald