Madison, in south-central Wisconsin, is the state capital. Persons of German ancestry are widely distributed but are more concentrated toward the east and in Milwaukee. Irish groups are found mainly in Beloit, Fond du Lac, and Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin’s Polish community is large but mainly concentrated in the Milwaukee and the Stevens Point areas. Norwegian Americans are more numerous toward the west and south, Swedish Americans more toward the north and northwest, and persons of Finnish descent in the northernmost counties near Lake Superior. The oldest and largest U.S. settlement of people of Icelandic stock is on Washington Island, off the tip of Door county. A Belgian community resides near Green Bay, and a Danish community is found in Racine.