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About Little Rock

Situated on the Arkansas River, Little Rock, the capitol city and geographical center of Arkansas, is a growing and thriving metropolitan area that is the hub of business, arts, government and health care in the state. Known for its beautiful, hilly tree lined landscape, Little Rock offers a diversity of attractions and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Walking and biking trails in this city are second to none – including the Big Dam Bridge, the world’s longest pedestrian bridge. There are numerous museums spanning everything from the Clinton Presidential Library, black history, to science and the role of the military in Arkansas. The Arkansas Arts Center houses one of the most renowned collections of works on paper in the U.S. and the vibrant arts community includes the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Ballet Arkansas among others. The deliciously diverse and rich cuisine offered in Little Rock ensures that all types of palates will be satisfied.

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