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What Am I? I am an American symbol I am broke I am in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania I ring out for freedom
What Am I? I was designed by George Washington I have many rooms Many people like to visit The president lives here
What Am I? I have three colors on me. I sometimes fly really high I represent each state in the U.S.A.
What Am I? I am an animal that represents freedom I am the national bird I have lots of hair, but you may not think I do because of my name
What Am I? I am tall I was built to honor a president I have 50 flags around me (1 for each state)
What Am I? I am a saying When I say this I show respect for the flag I say this to show my pride in living in America
What Am I? I was a gift to the USA I stand tall for liberty I have many visitors inside me!
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