New Hampshire SVG, or unofficially a “granite state,” is a small mountainous lake region in the New England region of the northeast of the United States, with the capital in Concord. Historically, it was this state that first declared its independence from Great Britain, however, all the major names of cities have maintained a mirror proximity to the names of their overseas prototypes, as the state’s largest city – Manchester or the center of American military-industrial shipbuilding – Portsmouth.
Stella’s confectionery factory in Bedford will offer local bestsellers such as caramel toffees with sea salt and almond oil to a sophisticated connoisseur.
A light patina of history and untouched virgin nature are what attracts travelers from all over the world and Americans themselves. The resort of four seasons is New Hampshire, as summer can be spent on the seaside in the Hamptons Beach, winter skiing and snowboarding in Dartmouth Skyway or on Mount Sanapi, and in the fall and spring enjoy many days of hiking through the endless forests of this amazingly picturesque corner of America.