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Quiz on U.S.A Monuments and Landmarks : 10 National Places

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How many national monuments are there?

There are 124 protected areas in the United States referred to as national monuments. The President of the United States can develop a national monument by the governmental announcement, and also the United States Congress can do so by regulation. The President’s authority emerges from the Antiquities Act of 1906, which accredits the President to declare “historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, as well as various other objects of the historical or clinical rate of interest” as national monuments. Concerns regarding protecting mostly primitive Indian damages as well as artefacts jointly termed classical times on western federal lands prompted the regulations. Its objective was to permit the president to swiftly preserve public land without awaiting regulations to pass through an unconcerned Congress. The ultimate objective was to protect all historical as well as prehistoric sites on U.S. federal lands. 

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