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The largest city in area in the United States is Juneau, Alaska. It covers 3,248 square miles, yet the city population is fewer than 30,000.

The Space Needle, built in 1961 in Seattle, Washington is the first revolving restaurant.
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German Fest Milwaukee
8229 W Capitol Dr Milwaukee WI 53222

Largest 3-day German Festival in U.S. Authentic food, music and entertainment, folk dancing, and cultural exhibits. Children's activities, live Glockenspiel and spectacular fireworks nightly.

Indian Summer Festivals, Inc.
Henry Maier Festival Park Milwaukee WI

This is the largest Native American festival in the United States. Competition Pow-Wow; torch lit canoe procession preceding fireworks; Canadian, Mayan and American Indian dance troupes; tribal village re-creations; American Indian traditional and contemporary entertainers; authentic foods and marketplace.

Milwaukee Holiday Parade
Downtown Milwaukee

Held the Saturday before Thanksgiving. The parade travels west on Kilbourn Avenue from Prospect to 3rd Street then heads south from Kilbourn Avenue to Wisconsin Avenue where it will end in front of the Shops of Grand Avenue." Parade features 20 bands, 40-foot balloons, floats, animals, clowns and Santa.

December 04, 2022

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