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Keene is a lovely city in the state of New Hampshire, United States, located more exactly in Cheshire County and being its county seat at the same time. The history of Keene began in 1736, when the area was settled with the intention of serving as a fort town. Later on, Keene became incorporated as a town in 1753 and as a city in 1874. The development of Keene started to bloom after 1848, when the railroad arrived in the city, thus making it possible for many other industries to be established. Now, there are 23.409 people living in Keene, according to the 2010 census. The tourism industry is also starting to blossom, as more and more people come to Keene in order to get a taste of its small mill town charm and its great Victorian architecture.

Top Attractions within Keene

The Keene Pumpkin Festival is perhaps the major event of the year in Keene. The festival is celebrated every year, around Halloween. The greatest thing about this festival is that it reunites all the community members, in the attempt of displaying the largest number of jack-o'-lanterns. The first edition of the festival was held in 1991, and the first world record followed the next year. 

The Keene Public Library is an excellent cultural facility, which provides both tourists and locals with many reading possibilities. The library holds its numerous volumes in a beautiful mansion that was built somewhere around 1869, in an impressive Second Empire style. The architect was Henry Colony.

Stonewall Farm is the place where you will get the chance to spend an actual day on a farm and see how do things work around there. Children will have the chance to admire a wide range of animals and even to pet them. Coming here will turn out to be a wonderful and educational experience for people all ages.

The Robin Hood Park and Forest is a recreational site mainly dedicated to children, as it has numerous playing areas and special amenities for them. For the ones seeking adrenaline, the Ashuelot River Park is perfect

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