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Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Welcome to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
With around 595,000 residents, Milwaukee is the biggest city in the state and comprises the main commercial and economic center of the region. The City of Milwaukee was incorporated in 1846, after French-Canadian explorer Solomon Juneau combined his settlement with two neighboring towns in the area. Milwaukee is known for plenty of things, including the brewing traditions. In fact, beer is such a prominent feature of the city culture that Milwaukee is nicknamed Brew City. The city has one historic and six operating breweries open for tours, and visitors can enjoy hundreds of different beers in places like Miller Coors. Another thing Milwaukee is famous for is the Summerfest the word's largest music festival. Summerfest features more than 800 acts, with both local artists and world-famous super-stars like Led Zepplin and Tina Turner. The festival is held annually in late June, and lasts for 11 fun-filled days on the shores of Lake Michigan. When in town, be sure to try out the epic Purple Door Ice Cream, where eight flavors of delicious ice cream is offered daily. Quirky options like whiskey bacon to piquant absinthe are some of the odd but delicious flavors served to guests at the parlor. It's no wonder that The New York Times mentioned this place on the 36 Hours In Milwaukee list! As far as outdoor recreation, well how could it be anything but amazing when Milwaukee is situated on the beautiful stretch of Lake Michigan? So kick off your shoes and enjoy water activities like kayaking, sailing, fishing or jet skiing, or play a game of volleyball on the beach that is, if you wouldn't rather just chill in a chair in the sand.
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