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Chicago Travel Guide
Visit ChicagoWith a population of almost 3.05 million residents, Chicago is the 3rd largest city in the United States after New York City and Los Angeles. Chicago is situated and adjoining by to the Lake Michigan. The city is often called the "the windy city" or "Chi-town". Founded in 1833, the city soon became a very important transportation center being situated beside the Great Lakes as well as the Mississippi River. Chicago is home to a few sky scrapers in the world such as the Sears Tower, John Hancock Center, Aon Center, and plus the under-construction Trump International Hotel and Tower and the Chicago Spire.

Dallas Travel Guide
Visit DallasDallas is the ninth largest city in the country of the United States and is the third largest city of Texas. According to the Unites States Census of June 23, 2008, the population of Dallas is 1,300,350 people and the entire population is spread over an area of three hundred and forty two square miles. Founded back in the year 1841, Dallas today is listed as a global city. The city's economy is mainly based on the petroleum industry, computer technology, telecommunications, transportation and banking.

Houston Travel Guide
Visit HoustonDallas is the ninth largest city in the country of the United States and is the third largest city of Texas. According to the Unites States Census of June 23, 2008, the population of Dallas is 1,300,350 people and the entire population is spread over an area of three hundred and forty two square miles. Founded back in the year 1841, Dallas today is listed as a global city. The city's economy is mainly based on the petroleum industry, computer technology, telecommunications, transportation and banking.

Los Angeles Travel Guide
Visit Los AngelesThe largest city in the state of California is Los Angeles. The city is also the second largest in the country, ranking right after New York. Los Angeles is most popularly known as L.A. or "the city of angels". Los Angeles has a Mediterranean climate and rains occur during the winter and spring months. Generally, the city is divided into the following areas: Downtown Los Angeles, Highland Park and Eagle Rock areas, South Central, the Harbor Area, Hollywood, the Westside, and the San Fernando and Crescenta Valleys.

New York Travel Guide
Visit New YorkThe largest city in the United States of America is New York City. New York is one of the most important centers of commerce and finance in the world. Situated in the mouth of the River Hudson, New York is one of the most densely populated cities. A lot of landmarks of the city are known to the entire world, like the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, the Empire State Building and formerly the World Trade Center. New York is popularly known as the "city that never sleeps" orthe "Big Apple".

Philadelphia Travel Guide
Visit PhiladelphiaBenjamin Franklin had a large role to play in Philadelphia's early rise to prominence and during the eighteenth century this city eclipsed New York City both politically and socially. This city practically gave rise to the American Revolution and brought about American independence with some of its ideas and actions. Philadelphia back then was the centerpiece of the nation and was its first capital in 1774. At the time it was also the most populous city among all the other major cities of the United States.

Phoenix Travel Guide
Visit PhoenixThe State capital of Arizona, Phoenix, is the largest city of the state and the fifth largest one in the country. It is also the second largest city of the West ranking right after Los Angeles. In terms of being the most populated state capital Phoenix occupies the first place in the United States of America. Fifteen urban villages make up the city of Phoenix. These urban villages are: Ahwatukee Foothills, Camelback East, Alhambra, Central City, Deer Valley, Desert View, Encanto, Estrella, Laveen, Maryvale, North Gateway, North Mountain, Paradise Valley, South Mountain and Rio Vista.

San Antonio Travel Guide
Visit San AntonioThe second largest city in Texas, right after Houston, is San Antonio. It is the seventh largest city in the United States of America. The population of the city in 2006 was just under 1.3 million that is spread over an area of four hundred and seven square miles. San Antonio was named for the Portuguese Saint Anthony, whose feast day is on the 13th of June and this was the day when a Spanish expedition stopped in the area back in the year 1691. The city has a strong military presence.

San Diego Travel Guide
Visit San DiegoSituated in the coastal region of Southern California, San Diego is the eight largest city of the United States and the second largest in California, ranking after Los Angeles. San Diego lies just north of the Mexican border and south of Orange County. It is home to miles of beaches, the United States Marine Corps and the United States Coast Guard. San Diego's economy is largely made up of agriculture, computer sciences, electronics manufacturing, biotechnology or biosciences, financial and business services, ship-repair and construction, defense-related manufacturing, software development, telecommunications, and tourism.

San Jose Travel Guide
Visit San JoseThe tenth largest city in the United States of America is San Jose and it is also the third largest city in the state of California. Located at the Santa Clara valley, which is more popularly known as the Silicon Valley, San Jose is called the capital of the silicon valley and is situated at the center of a booming technological industry. San Jose was founded in the year 1777 and was ooriginally known as El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe. San Jose served as the first capital of the state when California gained statehood back in the year 1850.

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