Calgary, Alberta (Canada)

What to See in Yellowknife and Calgary (Canada)

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (Canada) The city of Yellowknife is the capital of the Northwest Territories. It is located on the northern shore of the Great Slave Lake. Yellowknife is called the “diamond” capital of North America. One of the country’s first diamond quarries is located 300 km north of it. From Yellowknife, “diamond tours” are […]

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Montreal (Canada)

Montreal (Canada)

Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec. It is located on the island of the same name at the confluence of the Ottawa River into the St. Lawrence River, and, together with the cities and small islands adjacent to it, makes up the Montreal agglomeration. Just 170 km west of the city […]

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Wyoming Travel Guide

Wyoming Travel Guide

Wyoming is one of the least populated states in America. Cheyenne is the largest city in Wyoming and the state capital. With an area of ​​253,336 km², Wyoming is the tenth largest state in the USA in terms of area. The state of Wyoming in the western United States borders on the states of Montana, […]

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Wisconsin Travel Guide

Wisconsin Travel Guide

Wisconsin is a US state in the northern United States, Midwest and on the coast of the Great Lakes. The state’s name derives from a Native American word meaning “the place where we live”. With an area of ​​169,639 km², Wisconsin is the 23rd largest state and the 20th most populous US state. Overall, this […]

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Washington Travel Guide

Washington Travel Guide

Washington State is located in the Northwest of the United States on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. It is also known as ” Washington State ” to distinguish it from the US capital of Washington, DC on the east coast. According to citypopulationreview.com, the state was named after the first President of the USA […]

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Virginia Travel Guide

Virginia Travel Guide

Virginia, officially the Commonwealth of Virginia, is a US state in the South Atlantic Ocean region of the United States. It includes parts of the South Atlantic coastal plain, parts of the Piedmont and the southern Appalachians. It was named after Queen Elizabeth I of England and after her first colonial possession, British America. This […]

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Vermont Travel Guide

Vermont Travel Guide

Vermont is a state of the USA and is part of the New England states. It is the only New England state not directly on the Atlantic Ocean. In autumn, Vermont shines with its colorful deciduous forests and you will find a wonderful Indian Summer here. With an area of ​​23,871 km², Vermont is the […]

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Utah Travel Guide

Utah Travel Guide

Utah ( abbreviation UT ) with the capital Salt Lake City is a state in the southwest of the USA. With an area of ​​around 219,887 km², it is home to around 2.76 million inhabitants. The name of the state of Utah is derived from the Ute Native American people. Today the Ute Indians still […]

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Texas Travel Guide

Texas Travel Guide

Texas is a state located in the south-central United States. After Alaska, Texas has the second largest area with 695,621 km² and the second largest population after California. According to citypopulationreview.com, Texas is nicknamed the ” Lone Star State ” because its flag has only one star. On December 29, 1845, it was incorporated into […]

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Tennessee Travel Guide

Tennessee Travel Guide

Tennessee is one of the southern states of the USA and is known for its diverse music. Blues, rock ‘n’ roll (Memphis) and country music (Nashville) all originated in Tennessee. But not only the music makes Tennessee famous, also the legendary whiskey from Jack Daniel’s and George Dickel. In Tennessee there is also a lot […]

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