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Have you ever been to Chimney Rock National Historic Site?

Chimneyrock national historic site is located in Moller County, Western Nebraska, USA. It covers 83 acres and is 1288 meters above sea level. In the 19th century, it was a landmark of Oregon Trail, California trail and momen trail, which can be seen on interstate 26.

The Chimney Rock national historical site was first mentioned in 1827. At that time, the Chimney Rock was higher than it is now. After years of weathering and erosion, the height of the top of the rock has been reduced. In addition, lightning is also the main reason for its significant reduction. It's called Chimney Rock because it's like a chimney standing high on the top of the eaves, but it's going through a slow collapse process, and its top is a kind of hard sandstone.

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