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If the word “Puerto Rico” sounds familiar, there’s a very high chance you might have also heard in the lyrics of the record-breaking song, “Despacito”. The song was filmed and recorded here in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean Sea and has been a territory of the United States since 1898. And as per the facts, No, Puerto Rico is not a state of the USA nor a…

The largest city in Nevada, Las Vegas or the ‘Sin City’, is one of the top tourist destinations of the world. This city sports a population of 651,314 and draws more than 41 million visitors annually. I wouldn’t blame you if the first thing you thought of when you heard Las Vegas was its casinos, gambling, vibrant nightlife, non-stop wild parties and gaming slots (hence, the name ‘Sin City’). Las Vegas has carried this reputation…

The Rocky Belt of the United States of America can be truly experienced in Colorado State. Packed with five regions: The Great Plains, The Southern Rocky Mountains, The Colorado Plateau, the Wyoming Basin, and the Middle Rocky Mountains. Colorado shares its borders with Wyoming and Nebraska to the north, Nebraska and Kansas to the east, Oklahoma and New Mexico to the south, and Utah to the west. Living in Colorado The history of Colorado goes…

The next east stop from the “Sin City”: Vegas, comes home to the Grand Canyon: Arizona. Located at the south-western part of the United States of America, Arizona shares its border with California and Nevada in the west, Utah on the north, New Mexico in the east and Mexico in the south. The sixth-largest state in the US, Arizona has some of the fascinating features in the geographical and political history of the United States.…

Seattle is the chief city of Washington, U.S and is one of the largest metropolis of the Pacific Northwest. Widely also known as the ‘Emerald City’ for its lush greenery, this city is one of the most affluent urban centres in the country that has stunning natural wonder, vibrant local economy and strong cultural influence. The Emerald city not only thrives in the industrial and commercial market but also offers a perfect mix of outdoor…

Hundreds of people dream of heading to San Francisco, but not all of them understand what is in store for them in this area. Most of us presume we’re going to see the beautiful image of the city as portrayed in the shows, movies, or pictures. But when you hear all the pros and cons of living in the San Francisco Bay Area from the San Francisco Movers, the truth can seem different. Here are…

Texas is one of the nation’s most famous states for those who are relocating. Driven by factors such as the atmosphere, the economy and good job prospects, the huge opportunities for land and housing, and the accommodating climate, people from all over the country and the world are heading to Texas. The independent spirit of the population continues to push this culture forward, although the cities of Texas have grown larger and the ranches have…

It is no easy decision to move to a location like New York City. It has clear appeal: for a reason, television and film have made this place the setting of several stories over the years. It’s diverse, entertaining, and renowned worldwide. It’s no surprise New York City has been named one of this year’s top 10 locations to find a career. But it’s not always broadway shows and parades in New York City. There…

Boston is a city that is a synonym of American history. The community was founded in 1630 by Puritan colonists from England, helping it to become the metropolis that it is today. It would become New England’s financial, religious, commercial, and education hub. Even the civil war exploded there in the 18th century, as the British reacted for the actions of the Boston Tea Party with intimidation and violence. Boston is home to nearly 140,000…

Virginia is a southeastern state of the U.S. Having a long Atlantic coastline it extends from the Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains. It’s also one of the 13 original colonies. Richmond is the capital of Virginia. The languages most commonly spoken are Spanish as well as English. French and German are also frequently spoken by the locals, followed by Korean which too is widely spoken across the 92 localities. Their currency is the U.S…