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Official Symbols of Utah
Official Symbols of Utah
The Beehive became the official State Emblem on March 4, 1959. Utahns relate the beehive symbol to industry and the pioneer virtues of thrift and perseverance. It was chosen as the emblem for the provisional State of Deseret in 1848 and was maintained on the seal of the State of Utah when Utah became a state in 1896.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
consists of some of the world's most oddly shaped and beautifully colored rocks. The combination of water and erosion shaped the colorful limestones, sandstones and mustones into thousands of even more colorful spires, fins, pinnacles, and mazes.
Zion National Park
Zion National Park
features many colorful canyons, some of which are extremely narrow and have deep, plunging walls. Rock formations range in color from dark red and orange to light purple and pink.
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