The state of Vermont, abbreviated as VT, has a population of 623,050 according to the 2005 census. It covers 9,615 square miles, making it the 45th largest state in the country. Vermont is located in the northeast portion of the United States with neighboring states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York. Vermont is known for the beauty of its outdoors, which can be found in the tree-covered mountains, stone fences and charming villages that cover the state. It seems only fitting that Vermont's name is French for "green mountains”. Vermont is also known for its fine maple syrup, which is the main industry in the state.
Montpelier - [visit site], the state capital of Vermont, is a place where visitors can see such quaint establishments as the Bragg Farm Sugarhouse and Pease Farm Stable. The largest city in the state is Burlington - [visit site].
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