Above: Nashua has two active New Hampshire Retirement Communities.
Shown here is River Pines, featuring comfortable, affordable homes for local seniors.
1. New Hampshire's official state flower is the Purple Lilac.
2. New Hampshire's official state tree is the White Birch.
3. New Hampshire's official state bird is the Purple Finch.
4. New Hampshire has 23 state parks.
5. New Hampshire is divided into six geographical regions: White Mountains, Dartmouth, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley, Lakes, and Seacoast.
6. The five largest cities in New Hampshire (by population size) are Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry and Dover, in that order.
7. The smallest town in New Hampshire is called Hart's Location, with a resident population of about 40 people.
8. Manchester is the only city in New Hampshire with a population of more than 100,000.
9. New Hampshire has only about 18 miles of ocean shoreline, although many Americans don't think it has any at all.
10. New Hampshire is home to Dartmouth College, a top ranked Ivy League University established in 1769.
Above: New Hampshire's quaint and curious Canterbury Shaker Village.
Concord - Crestwood
59 Manchester Street
Hampstead - Angle Pond Woods
12 Cottage Lane
Hooksett - Brook Ridge
3 Mailhouse Road
Nashua - The Huntington at Nashua
55 Kent Lane
Nashua - River Pines
0 River Pines Blvd.
Tilton - Hemlocks
27 Timberline Drive
Above: A wintery street scene in downtown Concord.
Below: An aerial view of Dartmouth College.
Above: Church steeple and City Hall Building in Dover.
Above: The White Mountains region of northern New Hampshire will steal your breath away.
Above: Hanover, one of many pleasant New Hampshire Retirement Communities.
Above: A romantic, brick-lined alley in downtown Portsmouth.
Above: A cute New Hampshire horse farm.
Above: Sunset over Hampton Beach, New Hampshire.
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