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Philadelphia and Kerala The Philadelphia from United States and Kerala from South India, are the two famous states, and that come up with good nature, old cities and types of food from worldwide. The Nature is the one of the top best thing in those states. Greenish parks and gardens are seen a lot in these places, and Philadelphia has the famous garden, ‘Morris Arboretum’ and Kerala has famous forest, ‘Gavi.’ Those cities keep good health through the healthy nature; moreover, they protect the nature strongly. In Kerala, they cultivate lots of coconuts, black pepper, rice and rubber, also Kerala is known as “God’s own country.” In Philadelphia, they cultivate corn, wheat, and nationwide dairy farming is the largest agriculture. Old cities are

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