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The state of Michigan is located in the upper mid-western region of the United States of America. The state is bordered by Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, and the Canadian Province of Ontario. Its capital city is is Lansing. Michigan is made up of two peninsulas, divided by Lake Michigan. The Lower Peninsula is mostly an area of agriculture and industry. It is home to Detroit, several inland lakes, meadows, and sandy beaches. The more rugged Upper Peninsula is home to large tracts of forested lands, mountain resorts, and several rivers and streams. The two peninsulas are tied together via one of the world’s longest suspension bridges, which spans the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan is known for is history in the automobile industry, which still plays a key role in the economy. Other important industries include manufacturing, tourism, agriculture, and forestry. Goods manufactured in the state besides automobiles include transportation equipment, machinery, fabricated metals, plastics, and office furniture. Agricultural crops in Michigan include corn, wheat, soybeans, dry beans, hay, potatoes, sweet corn, apples, cherries, sugar beets, blueberries, and Niagara Grapes. Top employers with office space or other facilities in Michigan are General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Dow, Delphi, Whirlpool, Ally, TRW Automotive, Leer, and Kelloggs.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Michigan has over 3,200 miles of shoreline on Lake Superior, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie. There are more lighthouses in Michigan than any other state in the nation. Other things to see and do in the state include the Dezwaan Windmill and Tulip Festival, Mackinac Island, the Museum of African American History, Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Michigan Space Center, and Tahquamenon Falls. One of Michigan’s specialty dishes is the pasty. This traditional Upper Peninsula food is typically made with beef, potato, onion, and sometimes rutabaga. The ingredients are wrapped in light dough that is given a crimped edge. The dish originated in the English county of Cornwall, and was brought to Michigan by Cornish miners. Another specialty is Michigan fudge. The most popular fudge shop is found on Mackinac Island, where the treat has been made by hand since 1887.
Michigan has several airports, but the largest is Detroit Metro Airport. Grand Rapids’ Gerald R. Ford International is another choice, and there are several regional airports. The state offers Amtrak train services and greyhound operates city to city coaches. Getting around the state in a private vehicle or hire car is a great option as Interstate Highways 69 and 75 cross the state.