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Oregon, U.S.A.
Welcome to the end of the Oregon trail, the largest city in the state of Oregon.
The government is recognized for its capability in land-use planning and public transportation, but perhaps it is better known for being one of the few states to have legalized recreational cannabis. Recognized as one the most "green" cities in the World, it is designed to make walking and biking easy and useful, and features over 10,000 acres of public parks and rose gardens everywhere you go. Portland is also known as the "City of Roses". Located between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, Portland offers warm but dry summers and damper winters with some snow. This location and climate require a relatively low energy cost for buildings and businesses, and offer accessible resources and easy access to interstates, air terminals, marine shipping facilities and major railroads. As a result, several companies have moved their headquarters to this North American paradise, including Adidas and Daimler Trucks. Intel is the region's largest employer, offering employment to over 15,000 workers and with more than one campus. The high density of technology companies in the city has provided the nickname "Silicon Forest", a reference to Silicon Valley and the abundance of trees in the Portland area. Portland is also home to a wide range of artists, including Matt Groening (creator of the Simpsons and Futurama), countless bands, including Everclear and The Decembrists, and for those that want to imitate these successful musicians, there is no shortage of karaoke bars in the thriving nightlife of this West-Coast capital of culture and commerce.
"Go By Streetcar" by Ian Sane as licensed under CC BY 2.0
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