Mt Rushmore

Mount Rushmore

Mt Rushmore brings visitors into contact with the rich heritage that we all share, from the history of the first inhabitants to the diversity of America today. There is no trip to the Black Hills without a visit to the Nation's Shrine of Democracy, Mt. Rushmore National Memorial. Over dense forests and pristine streams, Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a national treasure. Mt Rushmore National Memorial is a large-format mountain sculpture by artist Gutzon Borglum.

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The South Dakota based researcher Doane Robinson has the brainchild to carve portraits of celebrities in the Black Hills area of South Dakota to boost local tourist activity. This has the additional benefit of being south-east oriented for maximal solar radiation.

Mt Rushmore before building, around 1905. By 1933, the National Park Service had taken Mount Rushmore under its control. He had the tramway rigged so that it could climb to the top of Mount Rushmore to make work easier for the workhorse. On July 4, 1934, Washington's face was finished and inaugurated.

Air photograph of Mount Rushmore National Monument from a chopper from NW. from stones from sculpture and building. Mt Rushmore is mostly granitic. This monument is engraved on the northwestern edge of Black Elk Peak in the Black Hills of South Dakota so that the geological formation of the Black Hills Regional Geology is also visible on Mount Rushmore.

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