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The American state of New Hampshire is located in New England and is
known for the large wilderness areas and for its idyllic villages
and towns. In the north is the White Mountain National Forest, which
is visited by many winter sports fans in winter. The highest
mountain is Mount Washington with a height of 1,917 meters. The
capital is Concord.
The continental climate gives the state cold
winters and pleasant cool summers. The average temperature is around
21 Gran Celsius, minus temperatures can be expected in
January. Heavy hail and snow storms often occur here. By the way,
the state motto is: "live free or die", a motto after which people
still live there today.
New Hampshire: facts
- Area: 24,216 sq km
- Population: 1,316,470
- Abbreviation: NH
- Capital: Concord
- Local time: GMT -4
- Nickname: The Granite State
New Hampshire: geography
New Hampshire's neighbors are
Quebec, Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine and the Atlantic. At 30
kilometers, the coast is the shortest coastal region in the USA. The
most important inland water is Lake Winnipesaukee with an area of
around 186 square kilometers. The main river is the Merrimack
River. The capital of New Hampshire is also located here.
The White Mountains are in the north of the state and are part of
the Appalachian Mountains. The rounded peaks and valleys are
characteristic of this mountain range. Until 2003, New Hampshire's
attraction was the old man of the mountain. It is a rock formation
in which one could see the face of an old man and has been the
symbol of the state since 1945. Unfortunately, this rock formation
was destroyed by a natural rock fall in 2003.
The history of New Hampshire
Most New Hampshire residents come from European countries such as
Ireland, England, France, Germany, Scotland and Italy. Most people
came to the country because of freedom, because they did not exist
in their home countries. That hasn't changed to this day because
people still come to New Hampshire because of freedom. Although the
state is one of the ten smallest states in the USA, the motto
freedom is very important. He was also the first state to declare
independence from England in 1776.
To date, the state reserves its political freedom to choose
freely at all times. That is why he is one of the swing states in
the elections. New Hampshire is also known for the fact that many
inventors and free thinkers live and lived here. Among other things,
the country's first library was founded here. It was here that women
went on strike for the first time and the first cog railway ran here
for the first time worldwide. Successful authors such as Dan Brown
and John Irving also come from New Hampshire. The first settlers
came in 1623. Before that, the Indians lived here.
Industrialization began in the 19th century. This attracted
people from Ireland and Canada. In the 1960s, the textile industry
was idle. But one built on other branches of the economy. Technology
centers and winter tourism are important economic components today