National New Hampshire Day is observed each year on September 7 by residents of New Hampshire in the United States. The day recognizes New Hampshire becoming the ninth state to join the Union. New Hampshire, also known as the Granite State, is the epitome of New England in many ways. New Hampshire is famous for its breathtaking landscapes, fascinating history, and hospitable people. The motto of the state is “Live Free or Die” coined by the revolutionary hero, John Stark. National New Hampshire Day is a celebration of the state’s wonderful culture, history, and people.
What is New Hampshire famous for in food?
New Hampshire is famous for its clam chowder, foliage and apple orchards.
5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE
- The windiest mountainThe top of Mt. Washington recorded a wind speed of 230 miles per hour on April 12, 1934.
- The film “Jumanji” was filmed here. It was filmed in the city of Keene to be precise.
- Seatbelts are not mandatory. It’s the only state in the U.S.A. where seatbelts are not mandatory.
- The coastline is shortIt’s just 18 miles long.
- It is known as the Granite State. That’s due to the number of granite quarries present in the state.
Here are some clam chowder recipes for you to try out…Keto, Gluten Free and Dairy Free
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