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The Architectural and Historical Regality of Arkansas State Capitol The Arkansas State Capitol building is the seat of the government of Arkansas. It is located in Little Rock and its magnificent design was inspired by that of the Montana State Capital. The conceptualization of this spectacular buil..
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The United States might have a shorter history than "Old World" countries, at least in terms of permanent structures and records in writing, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have a lot to offer travelers. There are still many landmarks of historical importance, and due to the size of the country, th..
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Keychain Representing Arkansas Now you can purchase a key chain for Arkansas State to remind you of the many attractions you will find upon your visit to this state. Arkansas consists of 600,000 acres of lakes, 9700 miles of rivers and streams, six national park sites, 2.5 million acres of national..
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Arkansas at a Glance Arkansas is one of the southern states in the US of A. Its name is derived from a tribe belonging to the Quapaw Indians. Arkansas is very geographically diverse and includes mountainous as well as densely forested regions. The mighty Ozark and Ouachita Mountains take their pride..
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Seal Of Arkansas This is an acrylic fridge magnet of the Seal of Arkansas, United States. The Arkansas State Seal was adopted in 1864 and modified to its present form on May 23, 1907. On the shield of the seal are a steamboat, a plow, a beehive and a sheaf of wheat, symbols of Arkansas's industrial ..
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Fort Smith's Colorful Martial Lineage The iconic city of Fort Smith is one where many historical battles have been fought. During the American War of Independence, Outlaw forces collided with Hanging Judge Parker's troops in a vicious attack. Later, during the civil war, Fort Smith was the venue for..
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The Epic Journey of the White River The majestic White River is one of the longest rivers of North America. It flows through the states of Arkansas and Missouri, spanning a total distance of 722 miles. The river originates in the Boston Mountains of Northwest Arkansas and is known as Lake Taneycomo ..
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Fayetteville at a Glance Fayetteville is the third largest city in the state of Arkansas. It is located deep within the hinterland of the Boston Mountains and is home to the county seat. Until 1829, Fayetteville was known as Washington. It was renamed after the French general Lafayette who played an..
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Pea Ridge - A Battlefield Steeped In History Pea Ridge National Military Park is the legendary site of the historic battle that was fought in March 1862 to emancipate Missouri from the Union. The mighty battle, comprising a total of 26,000 soldiers was fought between the rampaging Federal and Confed..
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Souvenirs from Arkansas

For a relaxing outdoor experience or simply a great unwinding holiday, Arkansas is an ideal state to visit. It is a mesmerizing landscape whispering the old stories of the plantation days, Hemingway's literary heritage and Southern blues with its hot springs, charming mixture of cultures displayed in local folk centers and unforgettable musical and dancing events. Arkansas's Blanchard Springs Caverns have been recognized as some of the most extraordinary cave discoveries of North America whereas the Arkansas Delta has splendid parks such as Village Creek, picturesque hill areas and parts of the Mississippi River. In South Arkansas, the beautiful old centers of El Dorado and Magnolia are reminders of a strong oil industry past with many Civil War historical venues opened to visitors whereas beyond the Diamond Lakes and crystal mines areas, the Washington State Park offers a glimpse into local legends of charming characters. Visitors can now keep Arkansas alive with fridge magnets, key-chains, souvenir plates and T-shirts available online.

Arkansas, a History Shaped by Nature

Arkansas's history and rich heritage have been shaped by its unique landscape: whether it's the Arkansas Delta, the Ozark Mountains or its forests and caves, its stories are full of South cotton life style and magical sounds and sights. The land and water trails along the Arkansas Trail of Tears or the Butterfield Overland Trail may explain why many tourists are drawn to Arkansas's natural beauties, breathtaking waterfalls and caverns, mountain hiking tours and diamond and crystal mines. But the state also offers a generous range of cultural experiences, from art galleries and theatre to sports events and mouth-watering food tasting. Colorful musical festivals, amazing spas, charming boutiques and antique shops (including the traditional quilt shops) are hugely popular tourist attractions.

Arkansas, Beyond a Civil War History

Due to its strategic location on the Mississippi River, Arkansas has often been the target of conflicts. The state was divided during the Civil War and more than 700 military battles are said to have shaped its history out of which the Civil War's biggest conflict of Pea Ridge in 1862 involved a staggering number of over 25,000 soldiers. In Eastern Arkansas, the Wiederkehr Wine Cellars in Altus and the Delta created by the Mississippi River are home to traditional folk music festivals and still preserve wonderful crafts. The Delta blues, the delicious wine produced in the Arkansas River Valley or the legendary Fort Smith, the 'Wild West' town which marked the Indian Territory border until the beginning of the 20th century are all marks of a past whose stories are yet to be told. Also don't miss your opportunity to stand in both Arkansas and Texas when visiting the Texarkana or explore the rich parks of Queen Wilhelmina, Mount Magazine and Mount Nebo.

A Secret World of Caves

Underneath the wonderful untouched wilderness of Arkansas with its splendid woods, waters, rich valleys and mountains, there is a surprisingly rich underworld of caves and caverns. In the beautiful region of Ozarks there is a complex network of limestone mazes, cave creatures and fossils, stalagmite and stalactite; for tourists, many of the caves have their own stories to tell from their discovery saga to local superstitions and legends about old tribes living inside, scary tigers and awful criminals finding shelter in the caverns. For those willing to test their physical limits by hiking the mountains and wild caves near the Buffalo River there are special tours organized in the Hurricane River Cave, War Eagle Cavern, Blanchard Springs and Cosmic Caverns.

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