state of Connecticut

Connecticut Cities, Climate and Sights

Connecticut is located in the northeastern United States, bordering Massachusetts to the north, Rhode Island to the east, and New York to the west.

Almost 150,000 of the more than 3.5 million inhabitants live in Bridgeport, the capital is Hartford with just over 125,000 inhabitants. With the Appalachian Mountains, Connecticut has a mountain range, with Mount Frissel being the highest mountain at 725 meters.

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The US state of Connecticut

The blue background probably comes from the uniform color of the Connecticut Executive Branch. The origin of the 3 vines, each with 3 grape strains, in the Connecticut coat of arms has not been clarified with certainty. The Latin script translates as ‘He who brought us across will support us’.

state of Connecticut

The 10 Largest Cities in Connecticut

  1. Bridgeport
  2. New Haven
  3. Hartford
  4. Stamford
  5. Waterbury
  6. Norwalk
  7. Danbury
  8. New Britain
  9. Of the seas
  10. Bristol

The residents of Connecticut are 77% white, about 10% Latinos, 10% black and 3% Asians form a colorful mix, about 10% are said to have German ancestors. The main faith is Roman Catholic. The residents of Connecticut are said to represent the typical embodiment of the Yankee.

The weather and climate in Connecticut

Hartford in Connecticut

The climate is temperate and Mediterranean, due to the proximity of the Gulf of Mexico.

Also due to the relatively low altitude of most parts of Connecticut, but also quite changeable.

So you have to reckon with a fairly quick change in the weather.

Large parts of the state are covered with forest areas, which many city dwellers use for excursions and relaxation in a quiet atmosphere.