Gallatin County’s county seat, Bozeman if located in Montana, United States lies towards the South West of the Montana state. Bozeman is named after the founder of the Bozeman Trail, Mr. John Bozeman.
The population of the city as per the 2000 census is 27,509. It is the state’s fifth largest city. In 2001 the city of Bozeman was also elected as the All America City by the National Civil League. The city is home to various Native American tribes like Shoshone, Blackfeet, Nez Perce, Flathead, Sioux and Crow Nation.
Situated in the Gallatin Valley, towards the south east of Bozeman lies the Bridger Mountain and to the west is the Tobacco Root Mountains. The city covers an area of 12.6 square miles. The city has a very unusual climate and receives a higher amount of rainfall. Due to this there is a lot of plant growth and is also nicknamed “Valley of Flowers”. The city has Snowy and cold winters and hot summers.
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