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Today we will stay in Montgomery, where in the previous episode we looked mainly at monuments related to the fight for human rights.
We will spend some time now in the US state of Alabama. The name Alabama itself does not come from English, but it is the original word of Indians, which means tribal city.
Sweet home Alabama Where the skies are so blue Sweet home Alabama Lord, I'm coming home to you Who would not know the chorus of one of the most famous songs of all time? We are going to this American state with you today to see what is behind the sweet home in Alabama.
Today, we will complete our tour of Connecticut in the third largest city of the state, which is also an important economic center. Visitors who come here to relax can choose from a selection of parks, nature reserves, river routes and several nice beaches.
Even today we head to Connecticut, a beautiful state where the history of the United States was written. If you head here with the idea of relaxing by the sea, then we have a few tips for you to anchor.
The destination of our trip today will be New Haven, Connecticut. This port at the mouth of the Quinnipiac River is located in the eastern part of the state. The town was founded by English Puritans in the late 1930s.
Connecticut is the third smallest state in the game. Today, we look forward to some of the nicest small towns in Connecticut to plan your vacation holiday more at your fingertips.
After the fantastic Mystic Seaport we will explore other corners of Connecticut. Specifically, today we head to the state capital, Hartford.
Today we will continue to explore the United States of America. In the last few articles, you may have known a little closer to Wisconsin's small towns with us and today we are going to Connecticut.
We are going to Wisconsin, USA for the third time today. It is said to be home to the ice cream cup. Reportedly first served in 1891 in Two Rivers. And the people of Wisconsin are still big fans of ice cream. According to statistics, the locals eat nearly 80 million liters a year. And this is a really dizzying figure, because there are less than 6 million people in the state. Czechs, on the other hand, eat "only" 40 million liters of ice cream a year.
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.