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Missouri is also a middle state. It is located in the middle of the United States. In land size, it ranks in the middle at 21st, and in population it ranks in the middle at 18th. Missouri is located in the midwest and in the middle of the Mississippi River’s 2,341-mile journey from Minnesota to Louisiana. The Missouri River flows through the state as well and both waterways have played a great role in shaping Missouri’s history.

The Missouri quarter depicts Lewis and Clark in a canoe traveling down the Mississippi River towards the St. Louis Gateway Arch, commemorating their return from their expedition. The words “Corps of Discovery 1804- 2004” celebrates the 200 year anniversary of their return.

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Missouri

When you go to Missouri, visit Branson. Located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Branson has plenty for the whole family. Spend a day at the most popular attraction in town, Silver Dollar City, Branson’s 1880s style theme park. Or stop in and see one of the shows or performances that draws seven million people a year. Spend the afternoon at a museum, playing golf, shopping, or at a spa. You are only a short drive to many beautiful lakes, full of water sports to help you beat the summer heat. The holiday season is also popular and the city stays bustling until after Christmas

Central Missouri, the area between Kansas City and St. Louis, and has an abundance of places to see. In central Missouri you will find the state capitol, Jefferson City and the state’s largest university, the University of Missouri in Columbia. You will also find Missouri’s largest lake, Lake of the Ozarks. With over 1,000 miles of shoreline, you will be able to find a nice secluded spot for the most popular sport at the lake, fishing. The fishing on the Lake of the Ozarks is rumored to be fabulous, and boat rentals and fishing guides are easy to come by as well.

Located on the Mississippi River north of St. Louis is Hannibal, Missouri, home to one of America’s most beloved writers, Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Clemens. You can visit many sites in Hannibal to learn about the history of this great American writer or take a riverboat cruise on the Mississippi.

Visit Missouri today to experience a true midwestern state that has an abundance of beauty and history to explore.

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