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Oregon is a state located on the west coast of the United States, in the Pacific States in the western region of the United States.
Oregon borders Washington in the north, Idaho in the east, and Nevada and California in the south. The western border of the state forms the Pacific Ocean.
Europeans first reached the shores of Oregon in 1543, but the coast was not explored in detail until the end of the 18th century, when the name Oregon, which is of unknown origin, began to be used.
The area was definitively acquired in 1846 by the United States, which established the Oregon Territory two years later. On February 14, 1859, Oregon became the 33rd state of the United States.
Even in Oregon, there are surprisingly many places that are definitely worth a visit. As for national parks, there is only one in Oregon. But Crater Lake National Park is definitely worth it.
The local lake is a remnant of the destroyed volcano Mount Mazama and includes not only the volcanic lake, but also the surrounding mountains and forests. Crater Lake is also the deepest lake in the United States.
Other natural beauties include the marble caves Oregon Caves National Monument, in the southwest of this state.
The local cities do not offer too many important historical monuments. The capital is Salem, associated with witch trials, the largest city is Portland known for its beautiful gardens - the local Japanese garden or Lan Su Chinese Garden are really beautiful and ideal to relax surrounded by bonsai.
The labels of bottled beer show the attractions of Oregon, so they can serve as a guide with a bit of exaggeration.