America's Dairyland, as Wisconsin is suitably nicknamed, is particularly famous for two things: cheese and beer. The rolling plains filled with cattle are unquestionably responsible for earning the state its reputation and status as a leader in dairy production. Milwaukee is Wisconsin's largest city and nearly one million people gather here each year for Summerfest, a live music and entertainment festival. The Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, a stunning example of Roman Renaissance architecture, stands between Lake Mendota to the west and Lake Monona to the east. Although the wilderness of North Wisconsin is vast and sparsely populated, it does offer plenty of recreation for outdoor enthusiasts.