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New Hampshire
Population 1.3 million
Capital Concord
Largest Cities Manchester, Nashua, Concord
Topography Beaches, forests, lakes, mountains, rivers
Climate Cold winters and hot summers
Time Zone Eastern Time/GMT -5
Lifestyles Arts and entertainment, beach, boating/sailing, fishing/hunting, history, mountains, scenic
Important Annual Events March: New Hampshire Maple Weekend, statewide. September: New Hampshire Highland Games, Lincoln.
Popular Real Estate Locations Manchester, Nashua

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New Hampshire

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New Hampshire is a small state in the northeastern United States. It has the shortest coastline in the United States, bordering the Atlantic Ocean for 18 miles (29 km). New Hampshire is well known for its winter activities, especially skiing and snowmobiling. The state is also a major producer of maple syrup and maple sugar, producing nearly 90,000 gallons (340,687 L) of syrup annually.

Manchester is New Hampshire’s largest city. Several outdoor recreation facilities are located within the city limits, including 900 acres (3.6 km2) of parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, and public beaches. Local events include film festivals, road races, food tastings, and theatrical performances.

New Hampshire real estate includes lakefront and coastal cottages that make perfect summer vacation destinations, year-round retreats nestled among mountains and rivers, and single-family homes in the city limits and suburbs, convenient to urban amenities.

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