Vermont

Vermont has properly earned its nickname as the Green Mountain State, as any of its residents and visitors will attest. The state is known nationwide for its gorgeous natural scenery, particularly the fall foliage, as well as the famous maple trees whence the equally famous syrup comes. It is largely covered with forests, meadows, and swampland. It is the smallest state in the U.S. that doesn’t touch any ocean or bay and contains several well-known peaks, including Killington, Camel’s Hump, and Mount Mansfield, which is the tallest in the state and stands at about 4,400 feet tall.

As a proper New England state, Vermont has some of the most interesting and historic cities in the nation, and it all starts with Montpelier. Out of all fifty state capitals, this is the smallest, with a population of less than 8,000. Montpelier’s size contributes to its charm and so does its background; it was founded just after the American Revolution by a group of avid Francophiles and was hence named after a city in France.

Particularly in Montpelier, but also in the rest of Vermont, higher education has taken a place of great significance for the economy and academic distinction of the state. Rated as the smartest state in the country and among the top five in multiple categories of health and well-being, Vermont houses numerous wonderful institutions for higher learning, particularly in the medical field. Visit Urologists.com to find all the accomplished urologists in Vermont who received their training from these fine universities.
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