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Vermont is a small state in the North-East of the United States, belongs to The New England region, which unites several States. During its history, it has been an Indian settlement, French and later English colony, as well as an independent region. In 1791, the territory became part of the United States.
Via Vermont, there is the mountain system of the Appalachians. According to one version it is for the ridge, covered with dense forests, the state was called “Green Mountain”. The capital of Vermont is the Smallest capital of the state in the United States.
Thanks to nature, Vermont attracts thousands of tourists every year. They come to see the deep and freshwater lake Champlain, at the bottom of which, according to legend, lives the monster Champ. The lake is located in the green mountain National Park, which includes eight reserves. Various reservoirs, dense vegetation, a variety of species of animals and birds – a picturesque oasis of pristine nature. It is equipped with hidden observation points, which allows a person to contemplate the normal behavior of animals in their natural environment. There are busy highways and impassable territories in the reserve.
Among the historical attractions worth noting 93-meter monument dedicated to the battle of Bennington, which won the United States in the struggle for independence. The state Capitol with massive columns in the style of the Greek Renaissance, as well as the “round” Church in the form of a polygon with 16 sides are national historical monuments of America. There are 17 of them in Vermont.
Many different museums are located in the state, some of them are devoted to the history of urban development, other objects of art. There is a Museum of the University of Vermont, as well as maple sugar, Ben and Jerry ice cream factory, gallery of Anna-Maria Moses, a peasant woman who began to paint pictures in old age. The Shelburne Museum contains ancient buildings, as well as historical objects. There is a circus structure in the form of a huge horseshoe and a farm.
The famous Appalachian trail passes through Vermont. The Green Mountain Park described above is an ideal place for camping, Hiking, and Biking in the mountains, river rafting, fishing and Snowmobiling in winter. The famous ski resorts of Mount Mansfield and Stowe, the latter has earned fame as a SPA resort, waiting for lovers of skiing and snowboarding. The center of water activities in Burlington.
Vermont is the birthplace of the famous maple syrup, which is produced according to an ancient tradition from the juice of a sugar maple tree. It is used as an ingredient in the preparation of various dishes or as an additive. Favorite delicacy even dedicated to the annual holiday “Maple festival of Vermont.” In addition, the state hosts Shakespeare festivals, music, greens, Cheese, and Apple Festival.