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A long time after bread had been multiplied by a factor of a thousand by Jesus Christ and became the central piece of the Flour war (which led to the French Revolution) . Bread took center-stage once more in the city of Iowa as the bread slicing machine was created by Otto Frederick Rohwedder in 1912 . However, that is just one of many fascinating events and facts that make the only state in the united states of America that starts its spelling with two vowels.
The innovative side of Iowa had been evident before and after the invention of sliced bread, as the first electronic digital computer, the ABC (Atranasoff-Berry Computer) was created at the Iowa State University and named after their creators between the years 1937 and 1942 . Way before then, in the year 1892, John Froelich invented the tractor, which was the first engine powered by gasoline in the world that could move either forwards or backwards .
In that same city, the largest popcorn ball, spanning a circumference of 24 feet, and the biggest strawberry fruit (however inedible) in the world, subsists. Yet, the 2018 accounts reveal a hog population of 73.5 million, a figure that was more than 24 times the number of human beings residing in Iowa . All which prove how special an atmosphere the Iowan State – which it became on the 28th of December, 1846 – is .
That is not to say the humans living in Iowa are not fertile. In fact, on the 19th of November in 1997, Bobby McCaughley gave birth to the world’s first set of surviving septuplets . Also, the red apple has claimed Iowa as its home – a vegetative part of the 92% farmland that make up the state of Iowa. The ‘Hawkeye State,’ as it is popularly called, boasts of being the largest producer of corn in the whole of the United States of America. It is also the home of the largest state fair in the entire country, attracting millions of people to witness the cultural history of the State of Iowa as well as her agricultural productivity, technological advancements and industrial developments with her unique take at entertainment .
As far as architecture goes, Iowa can beat its chest because of some impressive statements like the Largest Trail Bridge in the world. Its length cuts across five of towns in a state that is ranked 26th in the country in terms of landmass . Scranton, a water tower built in 1897 that is functional even till this very moment. Iowa also has a thing for huge concrete statues, as it home to the world’s largest bullhead fish statue, a 12-feet long marvel that is majestically complemented by hundreds of real bullhead fishes in the lake that forms its base. Also, there is an even more spread-out statue of a bull in Audubon, Iowa. The statue of the bull weighs 45 tons, its dimensions raises it to lofty perch of the world’s largest concrete bull .
The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) is the world’s oldest, biggest and longest bicycle-related competition and it is held in Iowa. It features up to 8500 riders who are usually chosen by a lottery, although anybody can join the race.
It could also raise some eyebrows that Iowa was the site of the world’s first moving train robbery, an incident which occurred in Adair, Iowa. As well as the location of the plane crash that claimed the lives of celebrated celebrities Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly and JP . Of course, none of these incidents have done anything to discredit Iowa of its standing as the safest state in the United States of America .
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