Largest Cities in Vermont
Vermont (French ‘green mountain’; abbreviated Vt. or VT), state northeast of the United States, on the border with Canada. Vermont has an area of 24,900 km² and about 624,000 inhabitants. The capital is Montpelier.
Agriculture and forestry, the machine, computer, furniture and paper industries as well as tourism are the most important industries. Vermont was the 14th state in the union in 1791, and he is often called Green Mountain State.
Biggest Cities of Vermont by Population