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Vermont Points of Interest

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Buildings in Vermont

Man-made structures with walls and roofs for protection of people and/or materials, but not does not include churches, hospitals, or schools.


Cemeteries in Vermont

Places or areas for burying the dead including burying grounds, burials, graves, and memorial gardens.


Churches in Vermont

Buildings used for religious worship including chapels, mosques, synagogues, tabernacles, and temples.


Civil Places in Vermont

Political divisions formed for administrative purposes including boroughs, counties, municipios, parishes, towns, and townships.


Hospitals in Vermont

Buildings where the sick or injured may receive medical or surgical attention including infirmaries.


Lakes in Vermont

Natural bodies of inland waters including backwaters, lacs, lagoons, lagunas, ponds, pools, resacas, and waterholes.


Locales in Vermont

Places at which there is or was human activity including battlefields, crossroads, camps, farms, ghost towns, landings, railroad sidings, ranches, ruins, sites, stations, windmills. It does not include populated places, mines, or dams.


Military Places (Historical) in Vermont

Places or facilities formerly used for various aspects of or relating to military activities.


Populated Places in Vermont

Places or areas with clustered or scattered buildings and a permanent human population including cities, settlements, towns, villages.


Schools in Vermont

Buildings or groups of buildings used as an institutions for study, teaching, and learning including academies, colleges, high schools, and universities.


Streams in Vermont

Linear bodies of water flowing on the Earth's surface including anabranchs, awawas, bayous, branches, brooks, creeks, distributaries, forks, kills, pups, rios, rivers, runs, and sloughs.


Summits in Vermont

Prominent elevations rising above the surrounding level of the Earth's surface including ahus, bergs, balds, buttes, cerros, colinas, cones, cumbres, domes, heads, hills, horns, knobs, knolls, maunas, mesas, mesitas, mounds, mounst, mountains, peaks, puus, rocks, sugarloafs, tables, volcanoes. Does not include pillars, ridges, or ranges.



Airports in Vermont

Man-made facilities maintained for the use of aircraft including airfields, airstrips, landing fields, and landing strips.


Areas in Vermont

Any one of several areally extensive natural features not included in other categories including badlands, barrens, deltas, fans, and gardens.


Harbors in Vermont

Sheltered areas of water where ships or other watercraft can anchor or dock including honos, ports, roads, and roadsteads.


Parks in Vermont

Places or areas set aside for recreation or preservation of a cultural or natural resources and under some form of government administration including national historical landmarks, National parks, State parks, wilderness areas. Does not include National or State forests or Reserves.


Post Offices in Vermont

Official facilities of the U.S. Postal Service used for processing and distributing mail and other postal material.


Reservoirs in Vermont

Artificially impounded bodies of water including lakes and tanks.


Trails in Vermont

Routes for passage from one point to another; does not include roads or highways including jeep trails, paths, and ski trails.


Valleys in Vermont

Linear depression in the Earth's surface that generally slope from one end to the other including barrancas, canyons, chasms, coves, draws, glens, gorges, gulches, gulfs, hollows, ravines.


More Features in Vermont: Archs, Arroyos, Bars, Basins, Bays, Beachs, Benchs, Bends, Bridges, Canals, Capes, Census, Channels, Cliffs, Craters, Crossings, Dams, Falls, Flats, Forests, Gaps, Geysers, Glaciers, Guts, Islands, Isthmus, Lavas, Levees, Mines, Oilfields, Pillars, Plains, Ranges, Rapids, Reserves, Ridges, Seas, Slopes, Springs, Swamps, Towers, Tunnels, Unknown, Wells, Woods,