World Heritage Sites in USA

Site nameEntered
Mesa Verde National Park1978
Yellowstone National Park1978
Kluane/Wrangell-St. Elias/Glacier Bay/Tatshenshini-Alsek1979
Grand Canyon National Park 1979
Independence Hall1979
Everglades National Park 1979
Redwood National and State Parks1980
Olympic National Park1981
Mammoth Cave National Park 1981
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site 1982
La Fortaleza and San Juan Historic Site in Puerto Rico 1983
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1983
Yosemite National Park1984
Statue of Liberty1984
Monticello and the University of Virginia in Charlottesville1987
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 1987
Chaco Culture1987
Taos Pueblo1992
Waterton Glacier International Peace Park1995
Carlsbad Caverns National Park 1995
Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point2014

Tentative list of USA
Civil Rights Movement Sites
Dayton Aviation Sites
Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks
Mount Vernon
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Petrified Forest National Park
San Antonio Franciscan Missions
Serpent Mound
Thomas Jefferson Buildings
White Sands National Monument

Sites that have been nominated in the past
Edison National Historic Site
Pu'uhonua o'Honaunau NHP
Savannah City Plan

US #3: Back in Virginia (April 2009)

The last couple of days of my stay in the US I spent in Virginia. I dedicated a full day to the works of Thomas Jefferson, another patriotic hero but also an influential architect. I visited 3 of his major works: Monticello, the University of Virginia and Poplar Forest.

. Monticello

US #2: Kentucky & Tennessee (April 2009)

The second leg of my Eastern USA tour brought me to the states of Kentucky and Tennessee, to where the USA's real strength lies if it comes to tourist destinations: National Parks. I visited both Mammoth Cave and the Great Smoky Mountains.

. Mammoth Cave
. Great Smoky Mountains

US #1: Pennsylvania & Virginia (April 2009)

I started my 2 week tour of the US at the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia, two of the most prominent in US (colonial) history. Here I visited Independence Hall in Philadelphia and two sites on the Tentative List: Mount Vernon and Fallingwater (a Frank Lloyd Wright building).

. Independence Hall