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Salt Lake City, the State Capital, is located in Salt Lake County and is the county seat. It lies between Provo and Ogden on I-80, at the base of the Wasatch Range about 15 miles east of the Great Salt Lake.

Jim Bridger arrived in thee area in 1824 and discovered the Great Salt Lake. A group of Mormons from Illinois arrived in 1847, under the leadership of Brigham Young. The streets were laid out by the pioneers in 1848 and almost all run exactly north-south or east-west. Salt Lake City soon became a thriving community.

Today Salt Lake City, population 181,743, is Utah's largest city. It is the industrial, financial, commercial and religious center of the state. Salt Lake City is the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as the Mormons. Among many points of interest are the Brigham Young Monument, the Temple, and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Madeleine.

Salt Lake City is part of the Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah metro area.

International Institute Of Hair Design | Westminster College Of Salt Lake City |
Art Ririe Woodbury Dance Company | TP Gallery | Red Butte Gardens and Arboretum | Utah State Fairpark |
Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns Alpine Accommodations | Anniversary Inn at Salt City Jail | Crystal Butterfly Retreat | First Bungalow Beach Resort | Highland House of Utah Bed and Breakfast | Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast Inn | Red Brick Inn | Wildflowers Bed and Breakfast | Wolfe Krest Bed & Breakfast |
Education Certified Careers Institute | Deseret Academy | Harvest Bible College | University of Utah |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Ariake Restaurant | Le Parisien Restaurant | Mullboons | Ocean's Fresh Seafood Restaurant | Rodizio Grill | Ruth's Diner | Sage's Cafe | Salt City Jail Restaurant | Santa Fe Restaurant | Spencer's for Steaks and Chops |
Gambling Casino Caravans | Latter-Day Saints Hospital |
History Beehive House | Cathedral of the Madeleine | Council Hall | Fort Douglas Military Museum | Governors Mansion | Social Hall Heritage Museum | Utah State Capitol | Wheeler Historic Farm |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Alpine Executive Suites | Bear Trap Lodge | Best Western Olympus Hotel | Best Western Salt Lake Plaza Hotel | Candlewood Suites North Temple | Candlewood Suites Salt Lake/Fort Union | Deseret Inn | Fairfield Inn | Hidden Springs Ranch | International Ute Hostel | La Quinta Salt Lake City Airport Inn | Radisson Salt Lake City Arprt | Residence Inn by Marriott | Royal Scotsman at Pinecrest | Salt Lake Travelodge at Temple Square | Sky Harbor Executive Suites | Super 8 Motel | The Metropolitan Inn | Willow Creek Inn | Wyndham Hotel Salt Lake City | Kennecott Bingham Canyon Copper Mine |
Parks Liberty Park | Memory Grove Park/City Creek Canyon |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate All Pro Realty Group Inc | Ensign Investments Real Estate |
RV campgrounds and dealers Camp VIP | Kids Together Camps |
Shopping Foothill Village | Home Decor Of The West | James Hardwick Jewelers | Loalagi's Gifts | Marc Steele Pens | Olympus Cove China Matching | Scandinavian Shop | Tumbling Run |
Sports and Sporting Events Blue Sage Wagon Ride and Barbecue | Colorado River and Trail Expeditions | Houseboat Lake Powell | Neptune Divers | Raging Waters | Western River Expeditions |
Transportation Amtrak | Hudson General LLC | Lewis Bros. Stages | Utah Transit Authority |
Utah Counties Salt Lake County |
Utah State Parks Jordan River State Parkway |
Wildlife Viewing Midvalley Animal Clinic | Utah Outventures | Utah's Hogle Zoo |

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09/19 Coming to The area
Malad Valley Welsh Festival Malad City ID June28-July1 Today, Malad Valley has the largest per capita concentration of people of Welsh ancestry outside the country of Wales itself. For that reason, many residents of the Valley wanted to reestablish their Welsh roots. In 2005, after a 90 year break, this annual cultural event, now called the Malad Valley Welsh Festival, once again became a reality.