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Detroit, the largest city in Michigan is located north of Windsor, Ontario, on the Detroit River, in the Midwest region of the United States. The Detroit has a total area of 143.0 square miles, out of which 138.8 square miles comprises of land and 4.2 square miles comprises of water.

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Detroit is considered as one of the largest manufacturing cities in the United States. Detroit has four border crossings that include the Ambassador Bridge, the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, the Michigan Central Railway Tunnel and the Detroit-Windsor Truck Ferry.

Detroit is a city that has much to offer and boasts teams in all four major pro leagues. The city is renowned as being the automotive center of the globe, birthplace of the motorcar and home to some of the nation's top brands. Detroit, Michigan is a home to some of the well known automobile empires such as: Ford, Chevrolet, Olds and Dodge.

The city has something for evy member of your family ranging from zoo to museums, exciting restaurants, nightlife, festivals and events. The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW) Airport is located in Detroit, Michigan. More than dozen of major hospitals are also situated within the city.

The city enjoys temperate climate. Summers are warm, and humid. Winters are very cold with frequent snow. Spring is very wet. The climate is greatly influenced by the city's location near the Great Lakes. Summer temperatures can typically exceed 90°F. Snowfall ranges from 1 to 10 inches a month and falls between November and April.

The city is sorrounded by many great neighborhoods and historic districts. DTE Energy Music Theatre and The Palace of Auburn Hills are the two top live music venues situated in Detroit, Michigan. The city also has great shopping centers. The city is also a home to some of the major theaters that include the Fox Theatre, Masonic Temple Theatre, the Detroit Opera House, and the Fisher Theatre.

Several museums are also situated in the city such as: Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Historical Museum, Motown Historical Museum, Tuskegee Airmen Museum, Fort Wayne, Dossin Great Lakes Museum and many more.

The city also has many great restaurants and bars. The Detroit is also known as major transportation hub because of its nearness to Canada and also its great facilities, ports, major highways, rail connections and international airports.

The government in Detroit, Michigan is run by a mayor and nine-member city council. The mayor apporves the departmental appointments. The council approves budgets. Mayor is not allowed to adhere to any earmarking.

There are vast number of private and public schools situated in the Detroit, Michigan. The Detroit Public Schools (DPS) district that is comprises of 220 schools is the largest school district in the state Michigan. Several institutions of higher learning such as: Wayne State University, a national research university are also situated in the Midtown area.

The real estate market in Detroit, Michigan is thriving. The city has highest number foreclosures and has many wonderful communities. The cost of home in Detroit, Michigan depends on various factors such as the size and location of the home, the comforts you are looking for.  

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The city has a plenty of apartment rentals to choose from in a variety of different neighborhoods and nearness to restaurants and activities is just one of the many benefits of apartment living in the Detroit, Michigan. You can choose to live near schools, golf courses or in a quiet area near parks and recreation.

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