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  • 1. Míchigan
  • 2. Michigan is one of the 50 states of the United States of America, located in the Midwest Region (Midwest) of the country.
  • 3. Michigan's capital is Lansing, with a population of 119,128 inhabitants.
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  • 5. During winter the average temperature in southern Michigan is -6 °C. In summer the average temperature is 22 ° C Weather
  • 6. 82% of the population is Christian, Islamist 2%, 1% Judaist and 15% of the population have no religion. Religion
  • 7. The primary sector state has 52 thousand farms, which occupy about 35% of the state. The second sector main industrial products manufactured in the state are automobiles, trucks, buses, machinery and chemicals. In the tertiary sector it is important to tourism Economy
  • 8. Famous people from Michigan Tim Allen Madonna
  • 9. Justin Bartha Salvatore Phillip "Sonny" Bono
  • 10. Tom Brady David Allen Grier
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  • 14. Michigan has very modern and tall buildings made of glass
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  • 17. Wonderful landscapes in Michigan
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