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Connecticut, U.S.A.
Welcome to Hartford, Connecticut.
Hartford is the historic capital of Connecticut and home to around 125,000 residents. The city is nicknamed Insurance Capital of the World, as it houses numerous large company headquarters, including Hartford insurance. The city boasts beautiful historic features, as it is among the oldest cities in the United States, founded in 1637. Hartford is home to the nation's oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum, as well as the oldest public park, the oldest continuously published newspaper, and the second-oldest secondary school in the country. Aside from insurance companies and elite education, Hartford also boasts the famous Mark Twain House where the author wrote some of his more famous works and raised his family. Mark Twain once wrote of the city: Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see this is the chief. Hartford is made up of several neighborhoods, each with their own distinct features. Downtown Hartford is home to the central business district, the State Capitol, Old State House and a plethora of museums and various shops. If you're into art, check out Parkville, where you'll find the Real Art Ways center with its non-profit exhibits. The Frog Hollow neighborhood is situated near downtown, and houses the lush Pope Park and the renowned Trinity College, one of the nation's oldest institutions of higher education. Venture off to Asylum Hill, where you will find a vibrant residential and commercial area, with many insurance companies and the historic homes of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe. West End is one of the more upscale areas, which houses the Governor's residence, the beautifully landscaped Elizabeth Park, as well as the prestigious University of Connecticut School of Law. Those who are into golf can practice their handicap at the Hartford Golf Club, also situated in West End. For Italian food, head to South End, aka Little Italy, which was once home to a sizable Italian population and still has several great restaurants. Other neighborhoods include Barry Square, Behind the Rocks, Blue Hills, Clay Arsenal, South West and Upper Albany. The latter is home to a multitude of Caribbean restaurants and specialty stores, so bring your wallet and enjoy the day! To sum it up, Hartford is a wonderfully historic and diverse place with an abundance of eclectic features, with something for everyone to enjoy.
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