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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Alabama
While in Alabama, you might enjoy a visit to:
Miss Baker, along with fellow monkeynaut Miss Able, was the first U.S. animal to flying into space and return alive.
56-foot-tall statue of Vulcan, the pagan, bare-butted Roman smithy god, watches Birmingham from his tower on the summit of Red Mountain.
At 148 feet long, this sandstone and iron ore arch is the "Longest Natural Bridge east of the Rockies." Bonus: try to spot another formation, the Indian Face.
Former World's Largest Country Store closed in 1950, was revived as a museum/soda fountain in 2006 to remind of the convenience of buying your ice cream sundaes and child-size coffins in the same building.
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