Concord – Concord is the capital of New Hampshire. It houses the only law school in the entire state. Concord still has many neighborhoods with original homes built in the 19th century.
Manchester – Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire. Manchester has nine colleges and is considered to be the cultural and artistic hub of the state.
Dover – Dover is currently undergoing many renovations for new restaurants, and is a popular spot for out of state visitors who enjoy the nightlife there. Dover currently has a population of around 26,880 people.
Lebanon – Lebanon was established officially as a city on July 4th, 1761. A major fire destroyed the city’s main area in 1964, and the area has been rebuilt and is now known as “The Mall”.
Nashua – Nashua has been named twice as the best place to live in the United States. The city is known as an important location for companies providing high-tech services, and is a major home to Hewlitt-Packard.
Claremont – Claremont has a population of around 10,000. A recent program has been implemented to revitalize the city’s downtown area, and holds a farmer’s market and concerts during the summertime.
Keene – Keene holds an annual Pumpkin fest every October, and holds the Guinness World Record for the place to have the most lit pumpkins at one time. Keene has a population of around 22,500.
Laconia – Famous actor Claude Rains was once a resident of Laconia, and died there in 1967. The city is known as a resort center and is located on several different lakes.
Cheshire – Cheshire was named for the English city of the same name, and was established in 1771. The city has a population of around 73,825 according to the 2000 US Census.
Coos – The city of Coos is the Indian word for “pine trees” and is actually pronounced using two syllables. Coos is home to many different mountain ranges, and is the home of the White Mountain National Forest.
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