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Concord, New Hampshire

Concord, New Hampshire, the state's capital, is steeped in rich American history and political significance. This charming city, set along the Merrimack River, blends historic architecture with a vibrant cultural scene, boasting landmarks such as the New Hampshire State House and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. Concord serves as a hub for arts, politics, and outdoor activities, making it an appealing destination for visitors seeking a mix of historical exploration and contemporary New England charm.
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Fun Facts About Concord Tourism

Oldest Active State House

Concord's New Hampshire State House is the nation's oldest state capitol where the legislature still meets in its original chambers, established in 1819.

Named for Harmony

The city was named 'Concord', symbolizing a hope for harmony and agreement among its citizens, contrasting its original name, 'Rumford'.

Franklin Pierce's Birthplace

Concord is notable as the birthplace of Franklin Pierce, the 14th President of the United States, and the only president from New Hampshire.

First Presidential Primary:

Concord is integral in the U.S. presidential election process, with New Hampshire hosting the nation's first primary, making the city a key stop for presidential candidates.

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Official Concord Tourist Website

If you want more information about everything Concord has to offer, check out their official tourist website.  
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