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North Dakota

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North Dakota, also known as the Legendary State, has a serene environment, perfect weather, and a growing economy.

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North Dakota might be the fourth-least populous state in the United States but this might change in a few years. North Dakota is a tax-friendly state, full of culture and many recreation areas. If you want to relocate to North Dakota, perfect housing should be at the top of your checklist. Instead of buying a single house unit, you can purchase a North Dakota condo and become a proud homeowner in the state of North Dakota.

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Things to Do in North Dakota

With perfect geography and nice weather, North Dakota offers you various things you can do for fun, from indoor activities like visiting museums to outdoor activities like hiking. You can visit some of the state’s top tourist attractions, such as the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum in Bismarck. The museum has several sections with exhibits from several subjects, ranging from paleontology and Native American cultural artifacts to agriculture. Also, visit the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, Scandinavian Heritage Park, Dakota Zoo, and Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

If you love outdoor activities, there are many things to do in North Dakota, such as hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, golfing, and horseback riding. If you love horseback riding, the Pipestem Horse Camp and Trail has a perfect trail to do so. If you want to exercise while experiencing nature, you can go hiking or biking at the Maah Daah Hey Trail in Medora. If you do not want to travel for hours to reach a hiking trail, you should buy one of the condos for sale in Bismarck, North Dakota. You can bike or take a stroll along the Missouri River in Bismarck.

The History of North Dakota

Lakota warrior Mato Heton (Bear With Horns) gravestone

For thousands of years, Native American people lived in what is now North Dakota before the coming of the Europeans. Pierre Gaultier, a French-Canadian trader, was the first European to reach North Dakota and led an expedition to the Mandan villages in 1738 with the help of the Assiniboine Indians. More Europeans settled in North Dakota in the 19th century; most of them used the land grants to farm crops and keep livestock. President Benjamin Harrison admitted North Dakota to the Union on November 2, 1889.

The original North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck burned down in 1930, and it was replaced by a limestone-faced art-deco that is present to this day. Agriculture is North Dakota’s largest industry; however, petroleum export, food processing, and technology also contribute a large percentage of the state’s revenue. Crime is relatively low compared to other states making it one of the safest places to live in the United States. So, if you are looking for a safe place to raise a family, you should consider buying one of the condos in North Dakota.

Lakota warrior Mato Heton (Bear With Horns) gravestone

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