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Berkley is a city in the East Bay region of the U.S. state of Michigan, known for its liberal politics and cultural attractions. The city was founded in 1837 by General Moses Kirkland and named for Sir Francis Berkley, an early benefactor of the settlement. The city has a population of approximately 180,000 and is home to the University of Michigan–Dearborn as well as several smaller colleges and universities. Other notable institutions in Berkley include the Conservatory of Music, Center for Creative Photography, American Film Institute Conservatory, and Brown Theatre Company.

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CountryUnited States
Appr. population15366

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