Interesting Things to know about Michigan
Simply stunning snowy scenery, starry skies, family entertainment, outdoor adventures, shopping, dining and staying local, anyone in Michigan will experience it all.
Let’s hit you up with a fact, the Michigan Coastline is approximately 3,288 miles long, making it the longest Freshwater coastline in the United States of America.
Why is Michigan called the Wolverine State?
One concept includes a land tussle with Ohio in 1835. At the time, people from Ohio named "wolverines" to their Michigan neighbors as an insult.
The total population of Michigan is 9,986,857 people.
The flag of Michigan has a blue field and there are several different symbols and logos printed on it. The coat of arms, resulting from the Michigan state seal, has three Latin mottos: “E pluribus unum” (“One out of many”), “Tuebor” (“I will defend”), and “Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice” (“If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you”).
The only location with a floating post office in the world is Michigan. The J.W. Westcott II is the world’s only vessel carrying mail to vessels when they’re still mostly on route. This has been going on for about 125 years.
Battle Creek was made the Cereal Capital of the World by the Kellogg Company. The Kellogg brothers inadvertently invented the flaked cereal product manufacturing process and sparked the start of the dry cereal industry.
Grand Rapids has become an award-winning beer destination, so much so that it has earned the nickname of Beer City USA. There are guided tours as well as hotels that offer beer pints as souvenirs.
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