Interesting Things to know about North Dakota

North Dakota is somewhat of an elusive state, But did you know that there’s a lot more to North Dakota than meets the eye?

North Dakota is an extremely flat state, topography-wise. Most of the geography consists of rolling valleys and grasslands, but there are ample locations within the state that feature canyons and mountains as well.

North Dakota constantly ranks high on lists of the happiest states in the United States of America and is widely considered by many a great place to live in.

One of the most gorgeous national parks in the nation, Theodore Roosevelt National Park has  canyon rock formations provide unforgettable vistas of the park, while bison roam free throughout the valleys.

North Dakota provides a quiet life full of nature and community for its residents. You won’t find skyscrapers here- North Dakota is full of small, tight-knit communities of people

If you’re in the Western part of North Dakota, you can’t miss out on a trip to the state’s largest water reservoir- the massive Lake Sakakawea.

The North Dakota flag is widely perceived as beautiful and intricate, compared to other state flags that feature distinctive block patterns.

Fargo has the highest population of all the cities in North Dakota (even more than the capital, Bismarck). It provides an urban getaway for those who are tired of the quiet countryside life.

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