Michigan is an American state in the upper Midwest and the heart of the Great Lakes region. It has many attractions, famous landmarks, and scenic state and national parks and forests.
Ann Arbor—often abbreviated as AA or A2—is a city in Michigan 35 miles north of the Ohio border and 45 miles west of Detroit, near where the furthest exurban fringes give way to country and small towns.
Southeast Michigan is the region of Michigan closest to Ohio and the Canadian province of Ontario.
Detroit a major metropolis in the US state of Michigan, has had a profound impact on the world.
Central Michigan is a region of Michigan. Central Michigan is not a cosmopolitan area.
Isle Royale National Park is a United States National Park comprising Isle Royale and the surrounding waters and small islands, a wilderness preserve in northwest Lake Superior.
Northern Michigan should not be confused with the Upper Peninsula.
Lansing, Michigan is an aesthetically pleasing city, and as the state's capital, it contains many government offices.
The Upper Peninsula is a region of Michigan. It is not connected to the rest of the state, but is connected at its southwestern end to Wisconsin.
Traverse City is a scenic city of 14,532 people founded in 1852 on the Grand Traverse Bay of Lake Michigan, in the Grand Traverse Bay Area of Northern Michigan.
West Michigan is roughly the westernmost third of the "palm" of the Lower Pensinsula of Michigan.
Ypsilanti commonly shortened to Ypsi, is a city in Michigan, six miles east of Ann Arbor.
Flint is an industrial city located an hour northwest of Detroit in Michigan.
East Lansing is a city in Central Michigan that is home to Michigan State University.
Metro Detroit is the principal urban area in Southeast Michigan with a population of over 5 million.
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