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In today's article on the United States of America, we visit Colorado, the 16,000-city city of Durango, which is the most populous city of La Plata. Established in 1880, Durango is now mainly the starting point for excursions in the area, such as the adventurous Narrow Gauge Narrow Gauge Railroad to Silverton.
Less than a hundred kilometers north of the famous and popular San Francisco, lies a city of 150,000 inhabitants, famous for the North Bay region and the Napa and Sonoma wine regions.
We'll stay in California, just move northeast, into a picturesque area where our destination is Redding. It is located near the inactive volcanoes Lassen Peak and Mount Shasta. In the center of Redding stretches the Sacramento River, alongside the Sacramento River Trail, a grateful postcard theme.
Eureka is the largest coastal city of California, 50 million north of San Francisco. Victorian architecture, complemented by various art installations, is unforgettable.
Today we will visit Fresno again. We will tell you where to go for culture, because perhaps there is no city more in favor of culture in the United States. After all, there are more than a hundred nationalities, making it perhaps the most ethnically diversified city in the US after the largest cities like, for instance, New York.
The city's name sounds interesting, curiosity has not allowed us to miss what it means. The name originates neither in English nor in the native Native American Yokut and Miwok tribes, as is common throughout America but in Spanish. Fresno means ash because ash is the most common tree lining the San Joaquin River, which flows into the Gulf of Suisun.
Today we head to sunny California and head to the San Joaquin Valley, which is located in the central area of the state.
We will visit Alabama Small Town today for the last time. To give you as many tips as possible, let's look at several at once.
Last week we went through a small town Guntersville and our tip for today's day is the town of Fairhope.
Today we will walk you through the Alabama countryside, a typical Southern countryside where you will hear true American country music, taste true American barbecue and see important historical landmarks. Although large cities like Birmingham and Montgomery are undoubtedly very interesting and popular with tourists, only in the small town you will find authentic Alabama.
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