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Portland is the largest city in Maine, with a population of more than 68,400 people. It's also the capital city of the state, and serves as the seat of Cumberland County. The Greater Portland metropolitan area currently is home to more than 500,000 residents.

Since its founding in 1632 and its incorporation in 1786, Portland has experienced four devastating fires. This inspired the adoption of a city seal featuring a phoenix rising from the ashes, representing how the city has recovered each time and gone on to thrive. 

In the past, Portland's economy relied heavily on fishing, canneries, and manufacturing. Today, the city has a diversified economy that allows it to continue growing. The service sector and tourism now play major roles in the local economy. 

Different areas of the city offer residents and visitors plenty to do. The Old Port is known as a hotspot for nightlife, while also providing some of the best examples of 19th-century architecture to be found anywhere in the state. Fishing and commercial shipping continue to be major industries, with the Port of Portland serving as the second-largest tonnage seaport in New England.

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Facts about South Portland, ME

Found in Cumberland County, South Portland is the fourth-largest city in Maine. As of the 2020 census, the city has a population in excess of 26, 400 residents. Incorporated in 1898, the city's position on the Portland Harbor has allowed it to maintain one of the most vibrant working waterfronts in the state. 

Today, South Portland is known as a major center for retail and various types of industrial activity within New England. This is attributed to the city's proximity to water, highway, air, and rail transportation. Along with a thriving economy, the city also commands a beautiful view of the nearby Portland skyline, and the islands found in Casco Bay. 

While South Portland has a name that's close to the nearby Maine capital, it has never been part of Portland. Originally, it was part of Cape Elizabeth, but became its own municipality in 1895. The two cities, along with Cape Elizabeth, do share a common genealogy: all three were once part of Falmouth, until the first breakaways took place in 1765. 


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