It lives in Arizona.
Now and today we are approaching Flagstaff.
You can see Humphries Peak right there, aka San Francisco Peak, the tallest mountain in Arizona, at about 12,500 feet.
Let's go ahead and look at the flagpole, so the flagpole is home to the University of Northern Arizona, so you can call the flagpole a Nau college campus, which is basically right here, and uh.
The population of the flagpole ranges from 75,000 to 80,000.
According to the last census, you can see nau down there.
Northern Arizona University has a large dome that is actually an indoor soccer stadium.
The elevation here in Flagstaff is 7000 feet.
So let's continue this tour.
So now we're heading to the city center, there is pretty much everything you could want that was not 34 years ago, but with all the boom going on here, you don't have to go to Phoenix to get your stuff and we go to towards the historic center! So when it comes to gas prices, they seem to be equal to the dollar plus a lot of hotels.
Flagstaff is quite busy here all year round because in winter people climb to the ski resort, climb to the top of Mount Humphries, and in summer people climb here to escape the heat.
So here is the snowball, we have the grand canyon, the northern arizona museum, and then when you walk across this bridge, you enter the historic city center, we already have a look at the railway area, many breweries and bars, and even a few nights, I - Freese Street, and if you want to ride the amtrak, you can take the amtrak from here.
I think it will take you directly to Albuquerque to the east and then to San Francisco or Los Angeles in the west.
I guess, but there is a look at some pubs.
So this is a look at Flagstaff station.
It is also an Amtrak station on the eastern route.
This is a look at the BNSF train from Lowell Observatory, an observation deck, and we are now in downtown Flagstaff, the historic district where the woodcutter's mural is.
You can see that Coconino County is the Civic Center here, so they have the main county here.
In fact, the population of the entire Greater Flagstaff area is 139.
The 1,000-person flagpole is located on the Colorado Plateau within the San Francisco Peak Volcanic Field.
So this is a nice place in the city center, it even dates back to the 19th century.
If you're wondering how Flagstaff got its name.
This was due to a real flagpole made of striped pine that was installed in the spring for Macmillan, who used it as a herd for sheep, and finally, they raised the American flag on July 4, 1876 to commemorate the centenary of America.
Patisserie right here, ice cream when Arizona became a Union State in 1912.
Flagstaff did experience its first tourism boom because it was known as the city of the seven wonders, the seven wonders are the Coconino National Forest, the grand canyon, the sunset on the heights of San Francisco, the crater oak creek canyon, which we already filmed about. ... you can watch on this channel.
Walnut Canyon and Wapataki National Monument Site of Native Americans, so there are seven places, and speaking of Native Americans, the Sonagwa people were people who lived here before settlers from Europe arrived in the area around Flagstaff between 500 and 1425. EC.
So the northern people of Tsanagawa lived in the northern pine forest of Arizona before moving to what is now a flagpole, so you will see these large volcano craters at sunset, the crater and the high summit of San. Francisco.
So they went down to the flat area.
Now when you look at these civilizations, they lived along tributaries and planted plants such as pumpkin crops, obviously depending on the height.
Some things grow better than others.
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