U.S. Cultural Symbols

These things are representing the 'American Way of Life'. Do you know their names?
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Last updated: January 24, 2019
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Cooked sausage, also known as wiener
Hot Dogs
New York sculpture, a present from France
Statue of Liberty
This group declared its independence in 1776
13 Colonies
Weapons loved by the Americans. 120 of them per 100 people
Fourth Thursday in November
Fruit pie, sometimes associated with ^
Apple Pie
He wants YOU!
Uncle Sam
Mountain with four presidential heads
Mount Rushmore
U.S. film industry based in Los Angeles
The unexplored vast regions of the Western U.S. (historical)
Wild West
American Independence Day, often celebrated with fireworks
Fourth of July
Bat-and-ball game
Very popular Ford sports car, production started in 1964
Ford Mustang
Auto racing governing organization
Home of the United States Congress
United States Capitol
Sandwich consisting of patties and buns, originally from Germany
The indigenous peoples of the USA
Native Americans
First Republican president and today national hero
Abraham Lincoln
National bird
Bald eagle
Meaning of 'POTUS'
President of the United States
Currency, famous symbol $
Road connecting Chicago with Santa Monica
Route 66
California's high-tech valley
Silicon Valley
Tallest NYC building, 1931-1972
Empire State Building
Largest branch of the US Armed Forces, their fighters are heroes
U.S. Army
National anthem
Star-Spangled Banner
Level 63
Jan 24, 2019
Please allow Washington D.C. for United States capital
Level 70
Jan 24, 2019
Definitely not. Capitol ≠ Capital
Level 44
Mar 21, 2024
I'm willing to bet this was made by a non-American