Map of Michigan Cities and towns

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Map of Michigan Cities

top 10 facts about michigan

  1. The 10 largest (most populous) cities in Michigan are Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Flint, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Livonia, Clinton Township, and Dearborn, in that order.
  2. Some of Michigan's most popular tourist attractions are the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum (established in 1885), the Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park in Muskegon, and the beaches of Traverse City, among others.
  3. Other unique Michigan destinations include the American Museum of Magic in Marshall, as well as a place called 'Shrine of the Pines' in Baldwin, which features amazingly handcrafted wood furniture.
  4. The state of Michigan is located in the northern part of the mainland United States, towards the east, and is considered part of America's Midwest.
  5. Michigan's boundaries include the four Great Lakes (Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior), as well as Lake St. Clair.
  6. Many smaller lakes, not to mention rivers, are scattered throughout the state. It is said that nobody in Michigan is ever more than six miles from water.
  7. The state of Michigan consists of two peninsulas connected by the Mackinac (pronounced MACK-in-aw) Bridge. The lower peninsula is the part that looks like a mitten. The upper peninsula is bordered by Wisconsin on the south.
  8. The state of Michigan has more lighthouses than any other U.S. state. (Most people living in America think Maine is the state with the most lighthouses).
  9. More than half the state of Michigan is covered in forests.
  10. The name "Michigan" is probably derived from a Native American word, "Mishigamaa," which means "big lake." 

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Some of Michigan's most famous residents include Francis Ford Coppola, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Madonna, Marshall Mathers (a.k.a. Eminem), Diana Ross, Bob Seger, and Danny Thomas, to name just a few. 


Above: A google map of Michigan (shaded in pink)

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