The state of New Hampshire, abbreviated as NH, has a population of 1,309,940 according to the 2005 census. It covers 9,351 square miles, making it the 46th largest state in the country. New Hampshire is located in the northeast portion of the United States with neighboring states of Maine, Massachusetts, and
Vermont. Canada serves New Hampshire as a bordering country and the Atlantic Ocean borders the state to the southeast. Vigorous outdoor sports, such as hunting, fishing, hiking and winter skiing, are a big part of New Hampshire's appeal, but the state also has a more peaceful side in the form of its small picturesque roads that wind through the countryside.
Concord - [visit site], the state capital of New Hampshire, is home to the Museum of New Hampshire History. The largest city in the state is Manchester - [visit site], located along the Merrimack River, and only about an hour's drive from Boston.
Other major cities include:
- Dover - [visit site] - First in New Hampshire, First with You
- Portsmouth - [visit site] - A historic seaport and popular summer tourist destination
- Nashua - [visit site] - An Uncommon Place
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