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Above: Michigan Beach Sunset Wallpaper from Presque Isle Park, overlooking Lake Superior just north of Marquette.
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Scroll down for a stunning selection of colorful images of Michigan's National parks, state parks, cities, villages, light houses, colleges, and other local destinations.
Use this page to learn about Michigan, or to help you pick your favorite destinations.
Visit this link for a Map of Michigan.
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Below: Point Betsie Light House in Frankfort.
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Fast Facts About Michigan
1. Michigan's official state flower is the Apple Blossom.
2. Michigan's official state tree is the White Pine.
3. Michigan 's official state bird is the Robin.
4. Michigan has more light houses than any other U.S. state.
5. Michigan is divided into five geographical regions: Southwest, Southeast, Northwest, Northeast and Upper Peninsula.
6. The five largest cities in Michigan (by population size) are Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights and Ann Arbor, in that order.
7. The state of Michigan is home to 79 State Parks and one National Park.
Above: An Eden-like view of Isle Royale National Park.
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Universities in Michigan
Andrews University at Berrien Springs
Central Michigan University at Mount Pleasant
Cleary University at Howell
Cornerstone University at Grand Rapids
Davenport University at Grand Rapids
Eastern Michigan University at Ypsilanti
Ferris State University at Big Rapids
Finlandia University in Hancock
Grand Valley State University in Allendale
Kettering University in Flint
Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie
Lawrence Technological University in Southfield
Madonna University in Livonia
Michigan State University in East Lansing
Michigan Technological University in Houghton
Northern Michigan University in Marquette
Northwood University in Midland
Oakland University in Rochester
Saginaw University in University Center
Siena Heights University in
Spring Arbor University in
University of Detroit Mercy
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
University of Michigan at Dearborn
University of Michigan at Flint
Wayne State University in Detroit
Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo
Above: University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in Autumn.
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Above: The city of Frankenmuth is also known as Little Bavaria.
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Above: A stone mansion in Alpena.
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Above: Muskegon River, Big Rapids.
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Above: Lake Mitchell in Cadillac.
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Above: Cheboygan is the northernmost city on Michigan's lower peninsula.
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Above: Gray sunset over the light house at Eagle Harbor.
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Above: Light House at Port Sanilac
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Above: An abandoned skyscraper overlooks the decaying city of Detroit.
photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aerofennec/7457471744/
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