Entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia, USA - Stock Image

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Roanoke, USA - October 26, 2011: The entrance sign of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, USA. Close-up shot of the sign. The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most famous roads in America. It was built between the 1930s and the 1950s in order to provide for a beautiful and scenic drive in the Appalachian Mountains for those who were privileged and had a car. The project was intended to create jobs after the Depression, but was on hold during the second world war. In September and October, the leaves turn into beautiful colours and provide for a scenic drive.
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Roanoke, USA - October 26, 2011: The entrance sign of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, USA. Close-up shot of the sign. The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most famous roads in America. It was built between the 1930s and the 1950s in order to provide for a beautiful and scenic drive in the Appalachian Mountains for those who were privileged and had a car. The project was intended to create jobs after the Depression, but was on hold during the second world war. In September and October, the leaves turn into beautiful colours and provide for a scenic drive.
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