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Connecticut, located in the northeast, is the third smallest of the US states by area. Connecticut has a coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. It is located on Long Island Sound, the estuary on which Long Island, which is part of New York State, is also located. The capital of Connecticut is Hartford with a population of around 120,000. The largest city in the state, on the other hand, is Bridgeport with around 140,000 inhabitants. Connecticut's highest point is on the southern slope of Mount Frissell and is 725 meters high. However, the 748 meter high peak is already in the neighboring state of Massachusetts. The mountain is part of the Appalachian mountain range. Connecticut is one of the so-called Thirteen Colonies. The Thirteen Colonies were those British colonies that declared their independence from British colonial rule in 1776 with the Declaration of Independence. Connecticut is home to Yale University, one of the most elite universities in the world. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Connecticut.

Hartford, Connecticut

Introduction Hartford, capital of the state of Connecticut, on the Connecticut, with 140,000 inhabitants. (aggl.: approx. 730,000 inhabitants). See allcitypopulation for latest population of Hartford. The city is the main center of transportation (inland port, rail lines, airport), commerce, industry and education of the state. It is home to many banking and insurance institutions, making the city… Read More »

The Climate of Connecticut

According to Abbreviation Finder, the state of Connecticut (CT) is located in the northeastern United States and belongs to the New England region. Connecticut is one of the smallest states in America in terms of area, but in terms of population density, Connecticut ranks fourth in the ranking. Connecticut lies on the dividing line between… Read More »

Connecticut History Timeline

The original inhabitants of Connecticut (Algonquian Indians) referred to this land as Quinnetukut, which is believed to mean ” The Place of the Long River”. All those Native Americans would perish from diseases brought to this land by European explorers in the 17th century, and from the brutality of colonial expansion through their ancestral homelands.… Read More »