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A Souvenir from the Beautiful Capital of Iowa The Quantum Leaf is a bronze sculpture and fountain by artist Sally Vagliano Pettus in Des Moines. It is about 15 feet in diameter and comprises a cast bronze leaf, seemingly floating in a pool of water. The nearby Papajohn Sculpture Garden is also worth..
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Key Chain Representing Iowa State The name Iowa comes from the Ayuxa Indians; in French this is spelled Ayoua and in English it's spelled Ioway. Either way it means "one who puts to sleep." Speaking of putting to sleep, English majors would be interested to know that Iowa is the only state in the Na..
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The Iowa State Capitol and Its Imperial Five Domes The Iowa State Capitol is a grandeur building that is the seat of the government of Iowa. Located in the capital city of Des Moines, it is situated aloft a hill and houses the office of the governor, the Iowa Senate, the Iowa House of Representative..
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The Iowa State Capitol Building in Des Moines Graces This Souvenir Fridge Magnet Built between 1871 and 1886, the Iowa State Capitol Building is a gem of Des Moines. It is unique in the United States as it is the only capitol building with five domes and under its extensive roofs operate the state'..
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County Barns in the Beautiful Land of Iowa The barns of Iowa County, United Nations, reflect a common thread in architecture. Each building looked different but the standard functions, for having animals and storing feed resources, remain the same. The barns are modest in size with an austere finish..
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This Acrylic Fridge Magnet Depicts Iowa's State Capital, Des Moines, Lit Up After Dark Located at the confluence of the Des Moines and Raccoon rivers and near the geographical center of the state of Iowa, Des Moines is both the state's capital and its largest city. This souvenir fridge magnet depic..
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The United States - A Country with a Million Tales to Tell No matter where you come from or who you are, the United States will surely impress you like no other country. This souvenir from the United States depicts the extravagance the country has to offer and is an excellent piece of memorabilia to..
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The Unites States - A Country worth a Thousand Visits Whether you're a first time traveler or a frequent visitor, the United States doesn't fail to disappoint. Ranking second in the most visited countries in the world, this souvenir from the United States is a vivid representation of all 50 states a..
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This Fridge Magnet Shows a Traditional Corn Crib From the State of Iowa Throughout the rural United States, visitors see farm buildings with a distinctive color code: white and red. An example is this picturesque red-painted corn crib and elevator from the central American state of Iowa. In these ..
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An Iconic Fridge Magnet Souvenir from the Corn State Whether you are visiting Iowa on vacation and looking for a great travel souvenir or you are a proud resident who likes displaying your state flag in any form, this Worldwide Fridge Magnet showing the official state flag is a great choice for a so..
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This Souvenir Fridge Magnet Shows a Train Crossing Iowa's Kate Shelley High Bridge The Kate Shelley High Bridge is a remarkable feat of railway engineering. Central Iowa is crossed by the valley of the Des Moines River, a region of particularly rich agricultural land. When the Chicago and North We..
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Iowa is a quiet, peaceful state in the middle of the United States. If you want a restful vacation surrounded by fields or are looking to visit certain historical sites, Iowa is a great destination. Of course, as a state, it is also a necessary stop on any trip or longer endeavor to visit all 50 sta..
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Crops in Polk County, Iowa Polk County, located in United Nations, is the most populous county in Iowa. Polk County is one of the fifth counties that make up the West Des Moines metropolitan statistical area. The County was named after President James K. Polk in 1846. Agriculture has influenced deve..
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This Acrylic Fridge Magnet Depicts a Country Road in Iowa in 1916 Most fridge magnets at World Wide Gifts depict fascinating destinations, but this is an example of one that shows not only a time but also a place. This image captures a moment of transition in American history. In the background is ..
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The Golden Central Dome of the Iowa State Capitol Building is the Focus of This Fridge Magnet This souvenir magnet's image is a closeup of the impressive golden central dome of the Iowa State Capitol. The Capitol itself is remarkable for being the only such building in the United States with five d..
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This Acrylic Fridge Magnet Has an Image of Bald Eagles on the Des Moines River The Des Moines River (literally "River of Monks" in French) cuts across the heart of the American state of Iowa before joining with the mighty Mississippi River at the state's southeastern corner. The state's capital, an..
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Seal Of Iowa This is an acrylic fridge magnet souvenir of the Seal Of Iowa, United States. The Great Seal of the State of Iowa was created in 1847. The Seal of Iowa is described carefully under Iowa Code 1A.1 in the following: "The secretary of state... is, hereby authorized to procure a seal which ..
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Quantum Leaf - A unique Memento Quantum leaf is a unique attraction of Des Moines, the capital city of Iowa and hence its vinyl fridge magnet souvenir is a must-obtainable memento. 15 feet in diameter and 11 feet in height, it looks like a huge dying leaf, with curled edges. It is placed in a founta..
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Souvenirs from Iowa

Known as the home of film legend John Wayne, Iowa has a rich history to be explored and a stunning beauty to be revealed. Inspiring landscapes such as the six romantic covered bridges of Madison County, 19th century old architecture, immense green spaces and Native American roots which go back to ancient days are some of its spectacular discoveries. In Iowa, wildlife is closer to visitors than anything else: five National Wildlife Refuges offer unique opportunities to spot some of North America's most popular species: from the bald eagles of DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge close to the Missouri Valley to the fishes of Driftless Wildlife Refuge near Mississippi and the prairie vegetation of Neal Smith Wildlife Refuge in central Iowa. Keep the memories of Iowa for longer with fridge magnets, keychains, souvenir plates, T-shirts available now online.

Louisiana Purchase and the Black Hawk War

The state's name originated from the name of a Native American tribe but the land of Iowa became part of the United States at the beginning of the 19th century when French Napoleon sold massive regions from the North American continent to President Thomas Jefferson. But there is also an oppressive history of harsh conflicts behind the modern tranquillity of Iowa: the Black Hawk War. The well sought after Mississippi Valley was finally under the USA control after a bloody conflict with the Indian Sauk and Fox tribes which were forced to give up their lands around the 1830s in exchange for money, salt and tobacco. Nowadays within the Meskwaki area from Central Iowa the descendants of those historical tribes have agreed to co-own the land after it was bought back from the central administration in the middle of the 19th century.

Iowa, a Legacy of Water and Trade

Iowa's history was one of change and discovery due to the rich legacy of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers: boat paddlers, famous explorers Lewis and Clark and ambitious traders all left their mark throughout the exploration and development of Iowa. The historical boat Bertrand disappeared into the waters of the Missouri river in the 19th century only to be brought back to surface in the 1960s: its remains are now exhibited in the De Soto National Wildlife Preserve Visitors Centre. The borders and the political status of Iowa have changed throughout the years of modern USA: initially included in the Michigan Territory and later Wisconsin, Iowa had finally set its limits in the Western side of the Mississippi with its government headquarters in Des Moines. For an exciting history of USA agricultural development, the Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area is a modern space organized in sites which presents Iowa's farming culture and its related stories.

From Native Indians to Amana Colonies

For an insight into the spirituality of the complex ancient Indian life, the Effigy Mounds National Monument which marks the burial mounds of ancient tribes can be visited in Northern Iowa. As interesting bits of Iowa's past, the Amana colonies comprise seven German villages which served as sites for different religious communities in the 19th century and still keep their traditions alive. Furthermore, the Dubuque County Jail is opened to the public and it was erected in 1857 in Egyptian style. President Herbert Hoover's memorial house, the Dubuque mines with their long trails including Native American archaeological findings and Terrace Hill, an extravagant mansion erected by the first millionaire of Iowa are all state landmarks and open to visitors all year long.

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