National Historic Landmark

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A National Historic Landmark is a site recognized by the government of the United States as having particular historical significance. There are roughly 2,500 sites registered as NHLs, and the designation may be conferred by the National Park Service. National Historic landmarks may be publicly or privately owned, in contrast to National Parks, and roughly half of the recognized sites are privately-held.

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