"Jackson, Mississippi: City with Soul" is the current motto for the notorious capital of the U.S. state of Mississippi, which sits atop the Jackson Volcano. Located at the southern border of the Mississippi Delta, Jackson is the capital as well as the largest city in the Mississippi state. The total area of 277 km²/106.95 mi² was inhabited by the Choctaw Nation for thousands of years before European encounter.
Gulfport is the second largest city in the Mississippi state after Jackson, which is the state capital. It is a beautiful city with long, white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico and diverse culture. It offers several opportunities for shopping, as well as golfing, gambling and water sports.
Thessaloniki is located in northern Greece. It is the second largest city and a major economic, industrial, political and commercial center. The city is well known for its endless entertainment including abundant cultural festivals. Thessaloniki has been ranked as one of the best tourist destinations worldwide.
Burnsville is a city situated 15 mi (24 km) south of downtown Minneapolis, in Dakota County, in the U.S State of Minnesota. The city is located on the south bank of the Minnesota River. It is known for its regional mall, Burnsville Center. Burnsville offers many recreational attractions, such as the Alimagnet Dog Park, the 310 ft (94 m) vertical ski peak Buck Hill and a section of Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve.
Sochi is a city situated in the federal subject of Krasnodar Kray, Russia. Its exact location is near the border between Russia and Georgia, on the Black Sea coast. Sochi is known to the entire world, as the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics are about to take place here.
Tupelo is situated in northeast Mississippi, between Memphis, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama. It is the county seat and the largest city of Lee County, Mississippi. The city is well-known as the birthplace of the most famous actor and singer, Elvis Presley.
Traverse City is the county seat of Grand Traverse County and is located at the south end of Grand Traverse Bay, which is actually a 32 mi / 51 km long, 10 mi / 16 km wide and up to 620 ft / 190 m deep in spots bay of Lake Michigan. Combining varied natural attractions for adventure and/or relaxation, Traverse City is a four-season travel destination.