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While in Alaska, you might enjoy a visit to:
Stranded by a storm in 1913, and very slowly weathering away near the ghost town of Solomon.
Five-person teams push homemade wooden outhouses across the ice at the annual festival every February-March.
The dark side of a everyone's favorite giant sea mammal is explored in this public sculpture.
The record-setting pilot and beloved humorist died in a plane crash nearby.
This ambitious edifice was intended as a hotel, but never opened.
At the tippy-top of frosty Alaska, an Inuit totem pole on a US Air Force Base. The pole is topped with a toilet bowl, commemorating the first flush toilet in this part of Alaska.
13-year-old orphan Benny Benson had his flag design chosen over 700 others -- then had to wait 32 years before Alaska became a state.
Featuring a towering 20-foot-tall hammer at the entrance, owner Dave Pahl has more than 2,200 of its smaller kin inside.
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