10 cities in the United States, the most protected against natural disasters

10 cities in the United States, the most protected from natural disasters Facts

After the earthquake of March 11, 2011 in Japan, people are concerned about not only the safety of the Japanese, but also their own. It seems that in recent years the intensity of natural disasters are increasing worldwide. Therefore, in the United States, a list of the most protected natural disasters cities.

1) Chesapeake, Virginia.

 


Population: 222,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 158.

Known facts and points of interest: "Cursed Swamp", known as the Reserve, the location on the Shore Channel.

2) Erie, PA

 


Population: 103,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 219.

Known facts and attractions Presque Isle Park, located near Lake Erie.

3) Fort Wayne, Indiana.

 


Population: 256,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 184.

Known facts and points of interest: women's professional baseball team, "Fort Wayne Daisies."

4) Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Population: 194,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 395.

Known facts and attractions Gardens and Sculpture Park, Frederick Meyer, the location on the banks of the Grand River.

5) Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Population: 101,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 215.

Known facts and points of interest: a professional football club, "Green Bay Packers" for its location near Lake Michigan.

6) Henderson, Kentucky.

 


Population: 256,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 111.

Known facts and attractions close proximity to Las Vegas.

7) Phoenix, Arizona.

 


Population: 1.5 million.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 286.

Known facts and points of interest: the dry subtropical climate.

8) in Provo, Utah.

 


Population: 120,000.

Violent crime in the 100,000 inhabitants: 68.

Known facts and attractions: Brigham Young University.

9) St. Paul, Minnesota.

 


Population: 281,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 341.

Known facts and points of interest from Minneapolis, is one of two Twin Cities, the annual winter festival.

10) Stamford, CT.

 


Population: 121,000.

Violent crimes per 100 thousand inhabitants: 137.

Known facts and points of interest: the high level of education of the population, more than 500 profitable companies as "Pitney Boues."

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