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    Delaware, state of US

    Delaware is the only state east of the Rockies that is allowed under federal law to offer sports betting - Jack Markell

    History & Geography:
    Delaware, a small Mid-Atlantic is a U.S. state that was formed on 7thof December 1787. This state is also known as the diamond state and is the second most smallest state of the U.S. The state capital of Delaware is Dover and almost 935,614 million people reside in this state covering 2,491 mi2 of land.

    It is bordered to the south and west by Maryland, to the northeast by New Jersey, and to the north by Pennsylvania marked by dune-backed beaches bordering the Atlantic Ocean. The city of Wilmington is known for the Riverfront, a waterside district of parks, boutiques and restaurants.

    Natural Resources:
    The mineral deposits in Delaware's soil make it fertile for farming. There are no water reservoirs or dams in Delaware. The state also has no national forests or state parks. The natural resources found there are mainly the minerals found in the soil. Delaware has an ample amount of some natural resources which include: fertile soil and clay, sand and gravel, Brandywine blue granite which are a part of the mineral deposits.

    Delaware has the ninth-largest number of millionaires per capita in the United States as it derives its economy mostly from agricultural output consists of poultry, nursery stock, soybeans, dairy products and corn and the remaining is derives from the Government, education, banking, chemical, pharmaceutical, technology, health care, farming, specifically chicken farming in Sussex and County retail

    Some of the famous cuisines of Delaware are: Capriotti's Bobbie, Thrashers French Fries, Blue Crabs, Salt Water Taffy, Chicken, Slippery Dumplings, Peaches, Apple Butter and Lemon Butter, Macaroni and Cheese, Watermelon, Cream Chipped Beef, Farm Fresh Ice Cream, Apple Cider Donuts and last but not the least Scrapple.

    As Delaware's climate is a part of the Atlantic Coastal Plain it has the effects of the ocean in its moderate climate year round. Despite its small size (roughly 100 miles (160 km) from its northernmost to southernmost points), there is significant variation in mean temperature and amount of snowfall between Sussex County and New Castle County. the southern portion of the state has a milder climate and a longer growing season than the northern portion of the state.

    The Delaware state of U.S has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, the least in the United States.
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    The transportation system in Delaware is under the governance and supervision of the Delaware Department of Transportation, also known as "DelDOT" it has a system of stabilized transportation funding. DelDOT manages programs such as a Delaware Adopt-a-Highway program, major road route snow removal, traffic control infrastructure (signs and signals), and toll road management. The state's Division of Motor Vehicles, the Delaware Transit far exceeds the United States national average of 20 percent for state department of transportation maintenance responsibility.

    Hotel & Places:
    Delaware has some amazing and breath taking tourist sites which include the Rehoboth Beach, Dover, Wilmington, Bethany Beach, Lewes, Dewey Beach, Newark, Fenwick Island and New castle.
    Delaware has a wide range of luxurious Hotels few of them are: Sheraton Suites Wilmington Downtown, Courtyard Newark University of Delaware and Holiday inn Express Bethany Beach.

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