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* [[Helena]] — the state capital.
 
* [[Helena]] — the state capital.
 
* [[Billings]] — on the plains within sight of the mountains, most populated city in Montana.
 
* [[Billings]] — on the plains within sight of the mountains, most populated city in Montana.
* [[Bozeman]] — gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Home to Montana State University
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* [[Bozeman]] — gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
 
* [[Butte]] — former mining town, once the largest city between Chicago and Seattle, famous for the Berkley Pit, the largest Superfund site in the nation.
 
* [[Butte]] — former mining town, once the largest city between Chicago and Seattle, famous for the Berkley Pit, the largest Superfund site in the nation.
 
* [[Great Falls (Montana)|Great Falls]] — The Electric City.
 
* [[Great Falls (Montana)|Great Falls]] — The Electric City.
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Smaller towns:
 
Smaller towns:
* [[Anaconda]]&mdash;  Known as the Smelter City, copper from the Butte mines were smelted in Anaconda. Has an exceptional golf course, built on the location of the Old Works smelter.  Also has an annual softball tournament, known as Goosetown.  Butte and Anaconda has one of the largest areas of historical significance in the Western United States. One of the Copper Kings, Marcus Daly, established Anaconda in 1883.
 
 
* [[Big Sky]]
 
* [[Big Sky]]
 
* [[Circle]] Famous for redneck ranchers, talented dancers, amazing hunters, and good home-cooked meals.
 
* [[Circle]] Famous for redneck ranchers, talented dancers, amazing hunters, and good home-cooked meals.

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