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Alabama, U.S.A.
Welcome to Huntsville, Alabama.
Huntsville is the seat Madison County in northern Alabama, and with around 176,645 residents it is the fourth largest city in the state. A man named John Hunt first settled the area in 1805, and the location was named Twickenham after Alexander Pope's English home. However, the town was renamed Huntsville in 1811, after its original settler. The small mill town grew into a major city that included the NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and the United States Army Aviation and Missile Command. Huntsville is often nicknamed Rocket City for its association with U.S. space missions, and after America's first satellite Explorer 1 set off into orbit, Huntsville gained nationwide attention. Technology, space and defense industry is a large part of Huntsville's economy, and the city also boasts several Fortune 500 companies. In modern day, Huntsville is one of the most prominent cities in the Southeast. It has been consistently ranked as one of the best places to live and work by a number of esteemed national publications, and is considered a premier location for both business and quality of life. The community prides itself with a rich heritage and genuine Southern hospitality, paired with high-tech innovation and cultural diversity. Visitors of Huntsville will have no time to rest, as the city has more than ample opportunity to discover both shopping, dining and culture. Hunt for the latest fashion items at Madison Square Mall or Parkway Place, or visit the US Space & Rocket Center where you can explore Aviation Challenge programs and the only Saturn V rocket designated a National Historic Landmark the choice is yours. Or if you're interested in history, head to the Alabama Constitution Village in downtown, with its eight reconstructed Federal style buildings and living-museum displays. When you're done visiting the abundance of historic destinations, art museums and multitude of quality venues, enjoy a relaxing picnic in one of Huntsville's 57 parks. Children are most welcome, as Huntsville boasts five awards as Playful City USA for its efforts to provide adequate play opportunities for kids.
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