What is the Capital of Wisconsin?
Madison is the capital of state of Wisconsin. Madison a city in the north of the United States. The city of Madison, as the capital of Wisconsin, is not the largest population center in the state, this status has the city of Milwaukee. The fame of the state came thanks to dairy production, excellent beer, natural parks and reserves.
Madison is located in the center of Dane County, 124 km from Milwaukee and 196 km from Chicago. The largest satellite city is Middleton. Within the city limits there are several small settlements that are not administratively part of the city. Historically, the western districts of the city were considered the most prestigious, while the working-class suburbs are located to the east, north and south of the center. Madison is often called the City of Four Lakes because it is surrounded by lakes: Mendota, Monona, Wobis and Kegonsa.
Industry is the most important economic activity in Wisconsin. Milwaukee and other southeastern cities produce large quantities of machinery, which are the state’s main manufactured products. The Wisconsin Machinery Factories manufacture construction equipment, engines, heating machines, and many other products. Many other parts of the state also have ready-to-eat factories. Dairy products and meat are of particular importance. In central Wisconsin, there are large paper mills.
Milwaukee is the state’s premier financial and trade hub, with major bank and insurance chiefs in the city. The state government also employs a lot of people statewide.
Wisconsin leads the states in milk production because two-thirds of the state’s south make up the best pasture in the United States.
Climate in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has a humid continental climate, long winter nights, and relatively hot short summers and lakes play a role in soothing temperatures such as Lake Superior and Michigan, so that the areas near them are milder in winter and in summer.
In July, temperatures range from 22 degrees Celsius and above in the southern region to about 19 degrees Celsius in some areas of the northern state, and the night temperatures in the northern region may drop to zero, almost usually. In winter, temperatures range from 12 degrees Celsius to minus zero in the northern interior, and about 6 degrees below zero in the south on the shores of the lakes Michigan and Superior, and the cold temperature may last for long weeks.
The most famous figures of the state
– Musician (Woody Herman).
– Actor (Spencer Tracy)
Writer and actor Orson Welles.
The famous magician (Harry Houdini)
Landmarks of Wisconsin that attract attention are
- Apostille Island Lake Shore National Resort features a range of islands.
- The Bayfield Peninsula is located on Lake Superior, which is one of the Great Lakes, and the greatest freshest body of water in the world.
- The state has one national forest (Shkoamgon Nicolé National Forest), administered by the U.S. Forest Service in Wisconsin.
- The state also has 10 forests, the majority of which are equipped with many services for activities, picnics, water games, camping and hunting.
- The World Circus Museum in Baraboo.
- The city of Wisconsin Dells has stunning landscapes and rock formations.
- The state also includes the following areas, which are supervised by the National Parks Department, where it is one of the tourist attractions in the state as well:
- The shores of the national lake which are located on the Apostille Islands along Lake (Superior).
Attractive (national north of the country) corridor.
The scenic (National Ice Age) passage.
The magnificent St. Croix River (St. Croix National River) trail