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Where in South Dakota is Mount Rushmore?

Mount Rushmore National Monument
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore, or "Mount Rushmore National Monument" is a granite sculpture located in western South Dakota near the town of Keystone.

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Four former United States Presidents are portrayed – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.

About two million people visit the memorial annually. The memorial covers 1,278.45 acres and was conceived of by Doane Robinson in 1923. Work began in 1927 and continued until funding ran out in 1941.

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Author: EVM STAFF on 05/18 2011
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