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North Dakota, U.S.A.
Welcome to Fargo, North Dakota.
With around 116,000 residents, Fargo is the biggest city in the state of North Dakota. Situated on the Red River of the North floodplain, Fargo was incorporated in 1871. Today, The city is a major cultural and industrial center with terrific healthcare and quality education options, with esteemed educational institutions like North Dakota State University. The university has an enrollment of more than 14,000 students, and was founded in 1890 as a mainly agricultural school. In modern day, the school covers many fields of study, and together with Minnesota State University and Concordia College in Moorhead forms the Tri-College University system of Fargo-Moorhead. The system allows students to take classes at any of the three institutions, and comprises a vibrant youth community, which contributes to the college-town spirit of Fargo. For being a fairly small city, Fargo offers an impressive array of cultural opportunities. There are a number of theatre performances and events promoted and produced by the universities, as well as several private theatre companies. These include the excellent venues of Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre, Theatre B in Downtown Fargo and the Tin Roof Theatre, to name a fraction. So thespians rejoice, because there is plenty to choose from! Ballet, opera, orchestras you name it, Fargo has it. One of the prettiest venues is the Fargo Theatre, which is a restored Art Deco movie house from 1926, where visitors can enjoy first-run movies, film festivals and a plethora of community events. Another great event-space is the Fargodome, which often holds concerts, Broadway musicals, dance performances and even sporting events. Art connoisseurs should head over to the Plains Art Museum in downtown Fargo, which is the largest museum of art in the state. Kids can have fun at the Children's Museum at Yunker Farm, while shoppers can spend a day perusing the stores at the West Acres Shopping Center. As far as green space is concerned, the Fargo Park District offers a vast number of public parks. Golf players may practice their handicap at the Edgewood Golf Course, which boasts 18 challenging holes, while outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy ferry rides on the historic Red River.
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