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The state of Michigan is located in the north of the USA and has an external border with the Canadian province of Ontario. Michigan has shore portions of four of the five great lakes. Namely, there are shores on Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, and Lake Huron. Due to its location on the Great Lakes, Michigan is the state in the USA that has the longest total freshwater coastline. The capital of Michigan is Lansing with 116,000 inhabitants. Michigan's largest city is Detroit. Detroit has 670,000 inhabitants and is located directly on the border with Canada. The city was known for automobile production. But after their collapse, Detroit has a lot of vacancies, which is what makes it known for its Lost Places. Michigan is located on two peninsulas in the Great Lakes region. The two parts of Michigan are separated by Lake Michigan and the two states of Illinois and Indiana and reconnected by the 8-kilometer Mackinac Bridge. The highest mountain in the state of Michigan is Mount Arvon, which is 603 meters high. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Michigan.

Detroit, Michigan

Introduction Detroit, Michigan city on the Detroit River, with 1 million inhabitants. (urban area: approx. 4.7 million inhabitants). The city is one of the seven largest in the United States. See allcitypopulation for latest population of Detroit. Functions Detroit has historically been of particular importance as a center of trade; the port is Michigan’s busiest. In addition,… Read More »

The Climate of Michigan

According to Abbreviation Finder, the state of Michigan (MI) in the northeastern United States owes its name (from the Ojibwe ᒥᓯᑲᒥ mishigami for ‘big water’) to the presence of the large lakes such as Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Superior. In total, no less than 41.5% of the surface of Michigan consists of water.… Read More »

Michigan History Timeline

Michigan history During the last Ice Age, North America was sculpted by massive glaciers, resulting in craters formed by receding (melting) ice. During that process, the Great Lakes were born and Michigan was formed. Europeans began to explore the area in the 1600s. The first white explorer into the area was the Frenchman Étienne Bruhl… Read More »