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The City of Agawam, across the South End bridge from Springfield, is the site of Six Flags New England, which is located beside the Connecticut River.Six Flags New England features 11 roller coasters, including the #1 ranked roller-coaster in the world, the Bizarro.Today, it features numerous sites of historic and general interest.As of 2011, Springfield is also several years into an economic and cultural resurgence that began during the new millennium, in conjunction with Springfield and Hartford, Connecticut – which is located only 23.9 miles (38.5 km) south—forming the Knowledge Corridor metropolitan region.The heart of Springfield is Court Square, across from which is the Mass Mutual Center, named for the Fortune 100 company located in Springfield's Pine Point neighborhood.Springfield is also home to six universities: Springfield College, American International College, Western New England University, Tufts University School of Medicine, UMass Amherst's School of Urban Design, and Springfield Technical Community College, which draw over 20,000 university students to the city annually.
Whereas Hartford features a post-modern skyline and relatively wider thoroughfares, Springfield has retained its human-scale, Victorian architecture and features and increasingly lively Metro Center.Hampden County is the economic and cultural center of Western Massachusetts – a region that spans Massachusetts' three counties in the Connecticut River Valley, and its mountainous, westernmost county, The Berkshires.Western New England's largest city, and Western Massachusetts' economic, civic, and recreational capital is Springfield. Springfield has played an important role throughout American history.Previous to basketball's popularity boom in the 1980s, Springfield was best known as the site of the Springfield Armory, a site selected by George Washington and Henry Knox in 1777.Closed controversially during the Vietnam War, the Springfield Armory National Park features the largest collection of historic firearms in the world, and has been the site of numerous technical innovations—including the first uses of interchangeable parts and assembly line mass production.
Seuss Memorial sculpture garden—featuring, in particular, two world-class art museums and one world-class science museum that includes the first U. Forest Park near the southern border of the city, is, at 735 acres, one of the largest urban parks in the United States.