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Everywhere you look, Illinois has a city worthy of any date night -- from Chicago to Springfield and Naperville.

This Midwest state offers its 12.8 million residents sporting events (e.g., thanks to the Cubs and the Bears), informative museums and historical sites (e.g., Lincoln's home), exciting music (for fans of blues, jazz, gospel, rock, and hip hop, among other genres), and fun activities (e.g., the Adler Planetarium or the John G.

Shedd Aquarium.) Indiana’s motto is the Crossroads of America, and the state certainly lives up to it.

Alaska’s residents are of several races and ethnicities, including Alaska native, American Indian, Caucasian, Asian, black, and native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

The same goes for the people -- mingle with the city folks in Atlanta (pop.

470,000) and chat up the down-home country guys and gals in Helen (pop. Also called the Peach State or the Empire State of the South, Georgia has a population of 10.3 million and is the largest state east of the Mississippi River in land area.

Alabama is a Southeastern state that borders the Gulf of Mexico.

In 1819, it became the 22nd state, and some of its most influential historical landmarks include Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church and the Rosa Parks Museum.

Alaska’s residents are of several races and ethnicities, including Alaska native, American Indian, Caucasian, Asian, black, and native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

The same goes for the people -- mingle with the city folks in Atlanta (pop.

470,000) and chat up the down-home country guys and gals in Helen (pop. Also called the Peach State or the Empire State of the South, Georgia has a population of 10.3 million and is the largest state east of the Mississippi River in land area.

Alabama is a Southeastern state that borders the Gulf of Mexico.

In 1819, it became the 22nd state, and some of its most influential historical landmarks include Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church and the Rosa Parks Museum.

Over 5.5 million Coloradans live in the Centennial State, whose southwest tip makes up one part of the country's Four Corners (along with Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico).