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Wisconsin has a lot to offer for those who are considering relocating to the state or who want a friendly, relaxing vacation. Wisconsin's largest city, Milwaukee, is less than 100 miles north of Chicago. Milwaukee offers many hotels to fit a range of budgets. The great ethnic diversity of Milwaukee contributes to a wide variety of restuarants. Summerfest is one of the nation's largest music festivals and takes place in Milwaukee at the end of June. Madison, the state capital, is home to the University of Wisconsin's flagship campus, and the college atmosphere makes Madison a lively, entertaining place to be. Green Bay, home of the legendary Green Bay Packers is in the northesastern part of the state. Lambeau Field in Green Bay is a great place to visit even without seeing a game. Outdoor enthusiasts will find many opportunities for hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, and boating.
The main industries in Wisconsin are tourism, agriculture, and manufacturing. Besides dairy production in "America's Dairyland," Wisconsin is a major producer of cranberries. Many of the larger cities in Wisconsin have public bus transportation. The top ten school districts in Wisconsin are located in or near the suburbs of Milwaukee. Northern Wisconsin is the coolest part of the state in both winter and summer. Annual snowfall can range from approximately 30 inches in the south to over 100 inches in the north.
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