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Illinois is a Midwestern U. S. state with great agricultural productivity and small industrial cities. The state frequently comes in first or second annually in production of soybeans. Illinois is a major transportation hub with access to the Great lakes, the Mississippi River, and one of the world’s busiest airports, O'Hare International Airport. The climate in Illinois varies throughout the year with hot, humid summers and cold winters, and the state experiences an above average amount of thunderstorms compared to other U. S. states. Illinois has several golf courses and often hosts championships such as the Western Open.
Three United States presidents have been elected while living in the state (Barack Obama, Abraham Lincoln, and Ulysses S. Grant) and President Ronald Reagan was born and raised there. The state’s nickname is the “Prairie State,” but the slogan “Land of Lincoln” is on their license plates in celebration of the 16th U. S. president that once lived there. Other notable people from Illinois include Robin Williams, Walt Disney, Betty White, and R Kelly.
The state capital, Springfield, is only the sixth most populous city in the state. Here you will find the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum that documents Lincoln’s life and the American Civil War. You can also visit the former president’s tomb at the Oak Ridge cemetery. The Hoogland Center for the Arts in downtown Springfield is a centerpiece for performing arts.
Illinois is also home to one of the largest cities in the nation, Chicago. Also known as the “Windy City,” Chicago is located in northeastern Illinois on the southwestern shores of Lake Michigan. The city is a major world financial center, as the headquarters of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and home to major financial and futures exchanges, including the Chicago Stock Exchange. Chicago has been a retail hub since its early development, and is the home of several retailers, including Walgreens and Sears.
The city’s waterfront location, nightlife, and number of conventions hosted regularly attract a large number of residents and tourists annually. Chicago is known for a few regional specialty cuisines, including deep dish pizza, certain sandwiches, and Chicago-style hotdogs. The Taste of Chicago in Grant Park is an annual summer festival that highlights food in the city with the participation of many local restaurants.