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Seward, Alaska


With a landmass of 663,300 square miles and a population of 736,732, half of which reside in the Anchorage area, Alaska is one of the least populated places on earth. To this day it is a land on the periphery where many go hoping to escape their past, the encroachment of society, or growing populations in other parts of the country. Often the cold, dark winters are too much and some last only a year or two; others find exactly what they are looking for and vow never to leave. Ultimately, everyone who has witnessed its endless natural beauty knows Alaska is worth visiting no matter how long you are there. For me this current-day wild-west has always held a special place in my imagination and getting a chance to visit it had been a goal to be achieved…

Read more about my personal experience in Seward.

 

 

 

 

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Area: 21.5 mi²
Population: 2.963
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