Situated in Outagamie County in north-western Wisconsin in USA, the small town of Appleton is located on the Fox River and covers a total area of 55.3 sq km.
The town is named after Samuel Appleton, the father-in-law of the founder of Lawrence University—the most famous landmark in Appleton. The town has an estimated population of over 70,000, most of whom are descendents of German, Polish or Dutch immigrants.
The climate is warm in summer with an average temperature of 25°C, while in winter it tends to get extremely cold with an average temperature of –9°C. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year.
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