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Billings Map, Montana

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Billings Travel Guide

From that point on Billings has evolved rapidly into an economic centre due to the economy being based on: agriculture (cattle and grain), energy and transportation. The huge shopping malls, new banks and contemporary business centers, plus beautiful historic buildings in various stages of restoration and the tallest freestanding hotel in the area are only some of the markers of this development. read more

Billings Sightseeing

Billings is less than a century and a half old, yet there are many historical landmarks to be seen here. The city is surrounded by several caves, where prehistoric tribes had left a series of valuable mural paintings (Pictograph Cave State Park). One of the last great battles between the US army and the Sioux and Cheyenne warriors also took place around Billings – it is known nowadays as The Battle of Little Bighorn,... read more

Billings Nightlife

For a more formal atmosphere and sophisticated, international dishes, you may want to try Juliano’s, one of the best upscale restaurants in town. On the other hand, you can go to one of the less expensive restaurants, specialized in different world cuisines: Athenian Greek Restaurant, Bruno’s Pasta & Pizza, Sweet Ginger or Walker’s Grill. read more

Billings History

In the early 1900’s, land was given for free, so many families came to get their 40 acre plot and start a farm. When the vast prairies became irrigated from the waters of Yellowstone River, agriculture was given a boost, yet the area proved to have many more resources. The minerals, coal, natural gas, and oil helped the industry flourish, not to mention the vital role played by transportation. Agriculture and... read more

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