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Connecticut is a state of the New England region. Connecticut is located in the northeastern part of the United States. This is one of the smallest in area of the States – occupies 48-e a place.
One of his “edge” he goes to the Atlantic Ocean and the Strait of long island, among the neighbors has the States of New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. The capital of Connecticut is Hartford, founded by the Dutch in the first third of the XVII century, but the largest city in the state and has not become – about 125 thousand people inhabit Hartford. The population of the whole state is 3.5 million people (29th place among the States).
Connecticut is called the “State of the Constitution” because it, while still a colony, announced the adoption of the world’s first Constitution. It is also one of the 13 British colonies that declared their independence.
Taconic mountains, part of the Appalachian mountain system, are located along the border with the state of New York. The highest points of these mountains – the top of Frissell (almost 750 meters) and Bear mountain, mount Bear (708 meters). In the mountains Tectonic padded “Appalachian trail” – a popular route for Hiking. It runs through several States, starting in Georgia and finishing in Maine. Flowing in these mountains Housatonic River and lakes in its valley – the habitat of trout and good fishing.
Hartford is recognized as the economic center of New England. It housed its office’s large companies, such as the manufacturer of elevators Otis. In Hartford, there are two houses-museums of famous American writers – Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The author of the Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur’s court lived in Hartford in the 70s and 90s of the 19TH century, and Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin, is a native of Connecticut (Litchfield city), and Hartford became the place of her death.
New Haven, one of the largest cities in the state, is famous for the fact that it is the oldest American University – Yale. Harvard, Princeton, and Yale make up the “Big three” us universities. The University campus is a historical and architectural complex in the Gothic style with the Hackness tower. The University was founded at the beginning of the XVIII century and was named after one of the famous Connecticut patrons of art named Yale. On the territory of the University, there are several museums, access for tourists is allowed. New Haven, by the way, from time to time became the capital of the state, in turn with Hartford.