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Michigan, U.S.A.
Welcome to Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Ann Arbor is the seat of Washtenaw County and home to around 114,000 people. The city was founded in 1824, and named after wives of the village's founders and the Bur Oak Trees. In 1837, the University of Michigan moved from Detroit to Ann Arbor, which contributed to the city's steady growth during the 19th and 20th centuries. Ann Arbor has long been a focal point for political activism and a major hub for the civil-rights movement. The University of Michigan is one of the most esteemed research universities in the country, and employs over 30,000 workers living in and around the city. Nestled amidst fertile hills and valleys by the Huron River, Ann Arbor is often nicknamed Tree Town, because of its dense forestation and parks. The city actually boasts over 50,000 trees along the residential streets and in its 157 parks. Residents have access to ample recreation, with the Fuller Recreation Area containing several sports fields, multi-use trails and swimming pools. Those with green fingers may enjoy the lush Nichols Arboretum, a 123-acre arboretum with hundreds of plant and tree species. Another wonderfully landscaped respite is the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, which features 300 acres of gardens and a major tropical conservatory. For shopping and dining, head to the Kerrytown Shops, Main Street Business District, the State Street Business District or the South University Business District, which are the primary commercial districts in downtown Ann Arbor. Downtown's architecture is a treat in itself, with a mix of 19th and early 20th century structures and modern buildings. If you're interested in performing arts, check out the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra, Ann Arbor Ballet Theater and the Performance Network Theatre. One of the more peculiar artsy displays in the city that is fun for kids are the fairy doors, small portals installations throughout the downtown area.
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