Hawaii has some of the most stunning and beautiful places in the United States, according to a new study.
Here are 10 of the country’s most gorgeous cities.
Hawaii: Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii is a city of islands and the Pacific Ocean, but it’s also home to the biggest population of people in the world, with an estimated population of over 7.8 million.
Honolulu, with its beaches and oceanfront, is home to a wide variety of sights, from beaches to palm trees.
It has a unique architecture that is influenced by Native American architecture and architecture from Asia.
In 2018, the city ranked #3 in the U.S. for average temperature, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Honolulu is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the US, and it’s home to several historic landmarks.
San Francisco, California San Francisco is a bustling city of skyscrapers and a thriving art scene.
San Franciscans have been known to visit the City Hall or The Mission in the heart of the city.
The city is home both to San Francisco’s famous Pier 39, a famous landmark, and a series of new public parks, museums, and galleries.
Chicago, Illinois Chicago has long been a center for art and architecture, but now the city is also the home to one of the largest and most popular festivals in the country, the National Urban League Art Festival.
The festival is held in October every year and attracts more than 60,000 artists and fans.
The fest has been featured in several international news outlets and in the latest season of HBO’s “The Newsroom.”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania In the heart-of-the-Philadelphia neighborhood known as the “Civic Quarter,” the city’s art scene is thriving.
Artists are often making the move to the city for work, and the Philadelphia Arts Commission hosts a series known as “The Philadelphia of the Arts,” which aims to showcase the best local artists.
Houston, Texas Houston has been known as a city to see and explore for centuries, but with the population of 6.8 billion, the area’s art scenes are growing.
Artists have been making the jump to the Houston area for work since the 1960s.
Dallas, Texas The oldest city in Texas, Dallas is also home a number of historic landmarks, including the Dallas City Hall and Texas Tech University.
In 2017, the Dallas Zoo celebrated the 75th anniversary of its founding with a giant birthday cake that featured a mural of a smiling giraffe, which was created by artist David Bowers.
Boston, Massachusetts The capital of Massachusetts is known for its arts scene, with the National Gallery of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts being two of the area most popular museums.
San Antonio, Texas One of the oldest cities in Texas and the home of the San Antonio Spurs, the San Francisco Giants, and other major sports teams, San Antonio is the third largest city in North America, according a 2017 census.
Austin, Texas In 2018 the city was named #1 in the American Association of Museums list of top 50 tourist destinations in the nation.
Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta has been home to more than 50 major art exhibitions since the early 1800s.
The Atlanta Art Museum and the Atlanta History Museum have recently opened.