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By far the largest and most interesting city in Illinois is [[Chicago]], located on the shore of Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of the state. With a population of over 9,500,000 (metropolitan area), it is the third-largest city in the [[United States]].
 
By far the largest and most interesting city in Illinois is [[Chicago]], located on the shore of Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of the state. With a population of over 9,500,000 (metropolitan area), it is the third-largest city in the [[United States]].
  
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* [[Assumption]], renown across the county for bad temperament - at least hitchhiker [[user:Ephilei|Ephilei]] had several bad experiences there.
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* [[Assumption]], renown across the county for bad temperament - at least hitchhiker [[User:Ephilei|Ephilei]] had several bad experiences there.
 
* [[Aurora]], second-largest city in the state and accessible from Chicago via the Metra BNSF railway
 
* [[Aurora]], second-largest city in the state and accessible from Chicago via the Metra BNSF railway
 
* [[Bloomington (Illinois)|Bloomington]], location of Illinois State University
 
* [[Bloomington (Illinois)|Bloomington]], location of Illinois State University
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Revision as of 17:38, 10 July 2009

Illinois is a state in the Midwestern United States, bordered by Wisconsin to the north, Lake Michigan (one of the Great Lakes) to the northeast, Indiana to the east, the westernmost portion of Kentucky to the south, and Iowa and Missouri to the west.

By far the largest and most interesting city in Illinois is Chicago, located on the shore of Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of the state. With a population of over 9,500,000 (metropolitan area), it is the third-largest city in the United States.

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