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Fast Facts about Utah

by on December 6, 2018 0

Utah lies in the Western region of the United States and was named after the Native American tribe ‘Ute’ which means ‘people of the mountains’. Utah is the only U.S. state whose capital is three words long. The state is part of the Four Corners and home to the Great Salt Lake – here...

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15 Fast Facts about Alaska

by on December 1, 2018 0

Alaska has the largest land area in the United States followed by Texas and California. Alaska is about one-fifth the size of the entire U.S. and is as wide as the contiguous 48 states. In Alaska, there is approximately 1 bear to every 21 people. For you fans of the biggest state in the...

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15 Amazing Facts about Alabama

by on October 5, 2018 0

Alabama, which became the 22nd state on December 14, 1819 is located in the southern United States and nicknamed the “Heart of Dixie.” The state played a key role in the American Civil War; its capital, Montgomery, was the Confederacy’s first capital. For you fans of Alabama (the state, not the band) here are...

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15 Surprising Facts about Seattle

by on August 4, 2018 1

Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest and the fifteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Close to 60 percent of Washington residents live in the Seattle metropolitan area. Home of Amazon, Boeing, Bill Gates and the birth of grunge, here are 15 Surprising Facts about Seattle. Facts about Seattle: Seattle’s...

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15 Fun Facts about Paris – The City of Lights

by on July 26, 2018 1

Paris has been the capital of France since 987 AD and is located along the Seine River in northern central France. Here are 15 fun facts about Paris – the City of Lights. Facts about Paris: Paris has more dogs than children. It is estimated that nearly half a million canines inhabit the city. Paris...

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15 Fast Facts about Michigan

by on January 24, 2018 0

Michigan in many ways is all about water. Even the name Michigan is based on the Chippewa word “meicigama” meaning “great water”. It has about 65,000 inland lakes and ponds and borders four of the five Great Lakes. The state has the longest shoreline in the continental U.S. – nearly 5,300 kilometers (3,300 miles)....

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