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North Dakota Overview

North Dakota
Population 672,591
Capital Bismarck
Largest Cities Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot
Topography Lakes, mountains, rivers
Climate Semi-arid with cold winters and hot summers
Time Zone Mostly Central Time/GMT -6; some Mountain Time/GMT -7
Lifestyles Arts and entertainment, fishing/hunting, golf destination, history, mountains, skiing
Important Annual Events July: North Dakota State Fair, Minot. September: United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck.
Popular Real Estate Locations Fargo

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North Dakota is located on the northern border of the United States. The state has been ranked as both the friendliest and safest state in America. North Dakota has more National Wildlife Refuges than any other state and offers many open spaces for popular outdoor activities such as golf, hiking, mountaineering, hunting, fishing, and skiing.

Bismarck is the state capital of North Dakota. It is located on the east bank of the Missouri River and is considered the economic center of western North Dakota. Several festivals throughout the year celebrate the arts and culture of the state. Other popular activities include golf, swimming, and visiting historic sites around the city.

North Dakota real estate provides easy access to outdoor activities including golf in the suburbs and fishing in the countryside. Farms, ranches, hunting property, waterfront and mountain homes, and other rural properties are plentiful here. Single-family homes in historic districts and near city amenities are easy to find also.

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