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Elvis Presley Attractions, From Graceland To Heartbreak Hotel, On The 35th Anniversary Of His Death (PHOTOS)

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Thursday marks the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. Thousands of fans are expected to descend on Graceland, which, at more than 17 million visitors to date, is one of the most visited private homes in America (besides the White House, natch).

Earlier this summer, Regena Bearden, vice president of marketing for the Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau, told the Associated Press that Graceland has had a true impact on the city's tourism, adding that travel expenditures in 2011 exceeded $3 billion.

But what of the country's other Elvis landmarks? There's the more obvious -- The King's birthplace in Tupelo, Mississippi -- and the less so -- an amusement park in Green Bay, Wisconsin. TripAdvisor put together a list of the must-see Elvis attractions across the country.

Check them out below. And if you think they missed any, add your pick to the slideshow!

All photos courtesy of TripAdvisor.

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