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State Vermont is a state in the northeastern U.S. known for its natural landscape, which is 75% forest. It's also known for being home to over 100 19th-century covered bridges, and as a major producer of maple syrup.

Thousands of acres of alpine terrain make it a popular New England winter destination for skiers and snowboarders. Capital: Montpelier Population:
626,562 (2014) Governor: Peter Shumlin (D) Colleges and Universities: University of Vermont, More Senators: Bernie Sanders (D), Patrick Leahy (D)Admission to Statehood: March 4, 1791 (14th State) Area: Area: 9,615 sq.mi (24,903 sq.km.), 45th Land: 9,249 sq.mi. (23,955 sq.km.), 43rd Water: 366 sq.mi. (948 sq.km.),
47th Constitution: Vermont's Constitution, 14th State Capital City: Montpelier Nickname: Green Mountain State Population (2013): 626,630; Rank: 49 of 50 | Population Quick Facts Facts Bird: Hermit Thrush | List of State Birds Capital City: Montpelier City Guides: Vermont City Guides Constitution: Vermont's Constitution, 14th State Fast Facts: Vermont Fun Facts and Trivia Flag: Click for detailed Vermont Flag The picture on a deep blue field is a scene painting. You see a tall pine tree, a cow, and sheaves of wheat.

The Green Mountains are in the distance. Pine boughs extend around a shield. The name "Vermont" and the state motto "Freedom and Unity" are displayed on a crimson banner. At the-the top of the shield is a stag's head. Get this Flag Flower: Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) |

Other State Flowers Largest Cities: Burlington | South Burlington | Rutland | Essex Junction | Barre | Montpelier | Winooski | St. Albans | Newport | Bellows Falls Nickname: Green Mountain State Origin of State Name: Based on the French verts months, meaning "green mountains." Population (2013): 626,630; Rank: 49 of 50 | Population Quick Facts