New Haven is known as the cultural center of Connecticut with theaters, museums, and eclectic dining options, and history at the mouth of the Quinnipiac River.
Several New Haven pizzerias are regularly listed as the best pizzas in the U.S.
Narrow coastal lowlands, the land rises into the central hills and low mountains of the north. The East is hilly, heavily forested, and crisscrossed by narrow river valleys. In the west, the Appalachian Mountains stretch north across the state.
Average high and low: 82 degrees in July; 21 degrees in January. Average precipitation per year: 50 inches of rain; 29 inches of snow. 20 square miles.
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