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Manchester, NH

The Queen City

Manchester, New Hampshire is the largest city in the state of New Hampshire. With a population of over 100,000, it is the largest city in New England after Boston. The city is home to two major universities, the University of New Hampshire and Manchester Community College. The city is also home to the Manchester Monarchs, the ECHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. The Monarchs play their home games at the SNHU Arena. 

The city was founded in 1722 by John Goffe, and was originally called Derryfield. The city was renamed in 1810 after the English city of Manchester.

Manchester is located in the Merrimack River valley, and the city's economy has traditionally been based on the textile industry. Today, the city's economy has diversified, and the city is home to a number of technology and financial companies. 

Manchester is a lively and vibrant city, with a thriving arts and culture scene. The city is home to a number of museums, including the Currier Museum of Art, the Museum of New Hampshire History, and the see-through-the-original-floor American Textile History Museum. The Palace Theatre is the city's premier live performance venue, and the SNHU Arena hosts a variety of sporting events and concerts. 

Manchester is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. The city has a strong sense of community, and there are a number of things to do and see. Whether you're looking for a place to enjoy the outdoors, or you're looking for a lively and vibrant city to live in, Manchester is the perfect place for you.

Manchester, New Hampshire
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