Okay, kita lanjutin lagi nih deskripsinya, di postingan sebelumnya, udah 8 cities yang dideskripsiin, berikut ini 8 lainnya:
9. Seattle, Washington
Referred to as 'The Emerald City', Seattle is known as one of the most livable cities in the world. Surrounded by mountains, lakes, rivers, and the Puget Sound, Seattle is a recreation enthusiasts' dream.
10. Bismarck, North Dakota
Bismarck was named after the chancellor of Germany, Otto Von Bismarck, In hopes that railroad builders in North Dakota would attract German Capital. Bismarck was a hub for Lewis and Clarck on their journey to the Pacific Ocean and today the Capitol City provides a variety of historic attractions and outdoor activities
11. Helena, Montana
Helena sits in the foothills of the dramatic Montana Rockies, and was a gold rush boomtown in the late 1800's. Acquiring the state capitol rights from Virginia City in 1875, Helena is now the state's focal point for politics & artistics culture & offers seemingly limitless outdoor activities for visitors as well as residents.
12. Topeka, Kansas
Part of heritage hill region, is the state capital of Kansas & was founded in 1854 by a group of anti-slavery activists. Topeka played a key role in the civil rights movement & today provides a variety of cultural attractions including live theatre, local symphonies, operas, and numerous art galleries.
13. Washington (District of Columbia)
The Capitol of The United States is rich in politics & history and is home to the white house & many other significant landmarks including the Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial, and the Vietnam Wall. For all of its political relevance, Washington DC also offers a variety of restaurants, nearly limitless shopping, and free attractions such as the world-famous Smithsonian Institute.
14. Juneau, Alaska
Juneau, the Capital of Alaska, is the third largest city in the state & is located in the Tongass National Forest beneath towering Mountains overlooking the Gastineau Channel. Visitors can enjoy the serenity of alpine meadows, the thrill of branching whales, or the cities rich culture and history on display in local museums.
15. Raleigh, North Carolina
Brimming with history, culture, and vibrant natural beauty, Raleigh is the largest city in the metropolitan area known as the Triangle & is quickly becoming one of the most talked-about cities in America.
16. San Diego, California
Incorporated on September 9, 1850, San Diego provides residents & visitors with sunshines, beaches, restaurants, shopping, & attractions such as Balboa Park, The San Diego Zoo, and Sea World. San Diego has quickly grown into the seventh largest city in the U.S. and retains a strong connection with its hispanic heritage.