Burlington (Iowa)

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Burlington [1] is a city in Southeast Iowa. Burlington was the second territorial capital of Wisconsin Territory and later Iowa Territory. It is on the Mississippi River and has a population of about 25,000.

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Amtrak's passenger train the California Zephyr stops in Burlington on its runs between Chicago and San Francisco.

American Connection, an affiliate of American Airlines, has three flights a day from St. Louis to Southeast Iowa Regional Airport,[2] about five miles (8 km) south of town. The flights take between 51 and 60 minutes.

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Downtown Burlington's 'crookedest street in the world', Snake Alley. Like a miniature version of San Francisco's Lombard Street.

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  • Des Moines County Historical Society, N 3rd St. site of old public library. Now home to Historical Society. Changing exhibits creates fresh interesting local history.  edit
  • Burlington Bees Baseball, 2712 Mt. Pleasant St, +1 319 754-5705, [3]. Minor league baseball team. The season runs from the second week in April to the second week in September. $6-8, as little as $1 on promotion days.  edit

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Routes through Burlington
DubuqueDavenport  N noframe S  Fort MadisonHannibal

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