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Monroe County is in Southeast Michigan.

Cities[edit]

Map of Monroe County (Michigan)

Other destinations[edit]

Understand[edit]

This county was established in 1817 of July as a part of organizing Michigan's L.P. region after the War of 1812 (most notably after the River Raisin Rallying Cry, of course).

Get in[edit]

Interstate Highway 75

Get around[edit]

By Bus[edit]

Lake Erie Transit is the avenue for those who don't have a car (or who don't intend to drive at all).

See[edit]

  • Cemeteries with headstones in the German language, such as one on Jackman Road at the intersection with Albain Road.

Itineraries[edit]

  • Christmas in Ida. A community based event in the community of Ida, located between Monroe, Dundee and Temperance.

Do[edit]

Eat[edit]

Historically, Catholics in the region have enjoyed muskrats on Fridays, in addition to fish. At some events and local dinners, you may get a chance to try it.

Drink[edit]

Stay safe[edit]

Here's either Monroe News or the Monroe County Library System as optional, third-party back-up (but feel free to warm up to any tune, though).

Go next[edit]

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