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Vermont

Montpelier
Vermont

Vermont is a Northeastern state in New England, sometimes called the Green Mountain State after the forested range that runs across it from north to south and rises to 1339 m (4393 ft) in the north. The state covers 24 887 km2 (9609 sq miles) between the Canadian border and Massachusetts and between New York state and New Hampshire.





It was first settled in the 1720s, and became a state in 1791 - the first to do so after the original 13. Cattle, maple syrup and apples are the main farm products, and minerals include marble, slate and granite. Vermont is popular with tourists, particularly for skiing and its autumn colors. MONIPELIER is the state capital.





Montpelier USA is the Capital of the northeastern state of Vermont. It lies about 80 km (50 miles) from the Canadian border, and is a centre of granite quarrying, insurance, skiing and fishing.










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