Augusta

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Augusta <<aw GUHS tuh>> is the capital of Maine. The town lies on each side of the Kennebec River within the central a part of the state. The state authorities is Augusta’s largest employer. In 1628, Pilgrims from Plymouth Colony …

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Austin

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Austin is the capital of Texas and the state’s instructional middle. The town lies on the Colorado River in south-central Texas. The State Capitol, Austin’s chief landmark, is close to the middle of the town. The primary campus of the …

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Baltimore

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Baltimore is the most important metropolis in Maryland. It is among the essential port cities of the USA. Baltimore lies on the Patapsco River, about two-thirds of the best way up the Chesapeake Bay. It has one of many largest …

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Baton Rouge

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Baton Rouge <<BAT uhn ROOZH>> is the capital of Louisiana. Baton Rouge stands on the east financial institution of the Mississippi River, northwest of New Orleans. Baton Rouge is a vital port of the USA. The town additionally ranks as …

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Battle Creek

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Battle Creek is a metropolis in Michigan. It’s the world’s main producer of breakfast cereal. The town lies about one hundred ten miles (177 kilometers) west of Detroit. Battle Creek was settled in 1831. Battle Creek turned the headquarters of …

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Berkeley

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Berkeley <<BURK lee>> is a metropolis in California. It’s on the japanese shore of San Francisco Bay. It’s simply north of Oakland and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. A campus of the College of California is situated within the metropolis. …

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Beverly Hills

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Beverly Hills is a metropolis in southern California. It’s well-known as the house of many film stars and different rich individuals. It’s largely surrounded by the town of Los Angeles. Most people of Beverly Hills reside in giant, costly homes …

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Billings

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Billings is the most important metropolis in Montana. It serves as a commerce and transportation middle for a big agricultural space referred to as the “Midland Empire.” It lies on the Yellowstone River, in south-central Montana. Main financial actions within …

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Bismarck

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Bismarck <<BIHZ mahrk>> is the state capital of North Dakota. The town lies on the east financial institution of the Missouri River, about one hundred seventy miles (274 kilometers) south of the Canadian border. Bismarck is a medical, retail, and …

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Boise

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Boise <<BOY zee or BOY see>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Idaho. It lies within the southwestern a part of the state on the base of the northern Rocky Mountains. Many individuals in Boise work for the federal, …

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