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If ever you were looking for some of America's amber waves of grain, Iowa would surely be a good place to start. Tucked between the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, its rich, fertile soil has long been a foundation for the state's agribusiness-based economy. In fact, Iowa has more farmland under active cultivation than any other state in the U.S., and its native wildlife includes one of the nation's largest white-tailed deer populations and a healthy collection of protected birds (among them some of America's favorites, wild turkeys and bald eagles; uh, no Thanksgiving jokes, please).

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Despite this bucolic portrait, Iowa has its share of urban landscapes, too. Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City, and Sioux City are all teeming centers of activity, playing host to respected universities, museums, libraries, and historical landmarks-and that's just for starters. Your virtual trip begins here.

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