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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina, designated a World Heritage site. Scenic wilderness area in the eastern Tennessee and the western North Carolina, U.S., encompassing the core of the Great Smoky Mountains. Covering 816 square miles, the park is some 15 to 20 miles wide and extends southwestward for 54 miles from the Pigeon River to the Little Tennessee River. It was established in the 1934 to preserve the last remaining sizable area of the southern primeval hardwood forest in the United States, and it contains some of the highest peaks in the Appalachian Mountains including Clingmans Dome, the park’s highest point at 6643 feet. http://www.wildlifeworld360.com/great...
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