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13 Sep 2021

A National Park for our 26th President*

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota magnificent's landscape is a refreshing site for all americans and visitors from afar.
The top North Dakota's cities** are Fargo, Bismark, Grand Forks and Minot.
**US Census info.
A great President who enjoyed and sought preservation of the Nation's Nature sites.
****In the coin photo I am pointing a detail for curious ones...look, look, look it resembles a crocodile****


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Comments

Long Beard

Level 5

Theodore Roosevelt was perhaps the greatest President to sit behind the Resolute Desk. His contributions towards the hobby we share alone are immeasurable.

user_27089

Level 3

The reason America has National Parks

Mike

Level 7

Simply the best! He was one of the greats

Kepi

Level 6

A truly great President! Love that coin and the croc! ; )

Longstrider

Level 6

A great man and a greater President. He help start our preservation of our country. I see that sneaky croc.

Golfer

Level 5

Great that he was into preserving nature. I kind of see the croc ?

Mokie

Level 6

A great President and an even greater Man. He had the vision that has preserved our natural heritage, I just wish there more more visionaries of his type, sadly dollars almost always win over nature and beauty.

AC coin$

Level 4

I concur my passion is not monetary gain . I like art and hidden details in coins and paper money.. Thanks

I see the croc

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