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Vermont
Vermont is the leading producer of marble in the United States, with famous quarries that provided marble for the Lincoln Memorial and the U.S. Capitol.
 
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ABOUT VERMONT
Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state ranks 43rd by land area, 9,250 square miles (24,000 km), and 45th by total area. It has a population of 621,270, making it the second least-populated state. The only New England state with no coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, Vermont is notable for Lake Champlain (which makes up 50% of Vermont's western border) and the Green Mountains, which run north to south.
 
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Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state ranks 43rd by land area, 9,250 square miles (24,000 km), and 45th by total area. It has a population of 621,270, making it the second least-populated state. The only New England state with no coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, Vermont is notable for Lake Champlain (which makes up 50% of Vermont's western border) and the Green Mountains, which run north to south.
Wilson Castle is a nineteenth century estate located at Proctor in the U.S. state of Vermont. The house was built in 1867 in an exuberant mix of nineteenth century architectural styles including Dutch neo-renaissance, Scottish baronial, Queen Anne, and Romanesque Revival. It is now operated as a house museum and is open late May until late October for an admission fee.
Shelburne Farms is a nonprofit education center for sustainability, 1,400 acres (570 ha) working farm, and National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont. Shelburne Farms was created in 1886 by Dr. William Seward Webb and Eliza Vanderbilt Webb as a model agricultural estate.
Shelburne Museum is a museum of art and Americana located in Shelburne, Vermont, United States. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in 39 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic and were relocated to the Museum grounds.
The Montshire Museum of Science is a small, hands-on, self-guided science museum located in Norwich, Vermont, in the United States. It has roughly 150,000 visitors annually. The museum, including the building and nature trails, is located on over 110 acres (445,000 m²) of land. It has exhibits on anatomy, math, astronomy, mechanics, and natural history, among others. Its live animal exhibits include a hive of honeybees that is connected to the outdoors and a colony of leafcutter ants.
American Precision Museum founded by Edwin Albert Battison in 1966 is located at 196 Main Street, Windsor, Vermont in a building which was once home to the Robbins & Lawrence Armory company. The museum is home to the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the United States.
The King Arthur Flour Company, formerly the "Sands, Taylor & Wood Company", is an American miller and retailer of specialty flours, cookbooks, and baked goods. The company was founded in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1790, and is now based in Norwich, Vermont. The company's flagship product line, "King Arthur Flour," includes a variety of wheat flours for home and commercial baking, marketed as "Never Bleached—Never Bromated."
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Ski Inn-to-Inn on the Catamount Trail
The country’s longest ski trail is also the most brilliantly conceived. It was dreamed up 26 years ago by three zealous backcountry skiers, one of them a cartographer, who didn’t want just a straight-shot wilderness route from the Massachusetts border to Quebec. They deliberately set out to weave together the state’s best cross-country ski areas with that most Vermont of all institutions—country inns."
Source: nationalgeographic.com