A beautiful city famous for its tulip festival and Dutch culture and history, Holland is a coastal city near the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. Belonging to the Holland-Grand Haven Metropolitan Statistical Area, the city is Michigan's seventh largest metro area, with a population upwards of 265,000 residents. Holland was also known as the “City of Churches,” due it the 170 churches that call the city home. The area was settled in the mid-1800s by Dutch Calvinist separatists. People love living there, due to its friendly, inviting atmosphere. In fact, it was voted the second healthiest/happiest town in the United States by the Well-being Index in 2010.