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Introduction and geographical location

The United States is a country in the Western Hemisphere, geographically located 37,0902 ° N, 95.7129 ° W. The United States of America is comprised of 50 contiguous states on the North American continent; Alaska, a peninsula that forms the northwestern part of North America and Hawaii, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. The country also has many US territories in the Pacific and the Caribbean. The United States shares borders with Canada and Mexico and a body of water bordering Russia.


Acreage
The total water area, slightly larger or smaller than the People's Republic of China, makes the United States the fourth-largest country in the world. However, this position depends on two territories that India claims but is managed by China and included in the Chinese area. Both China and the United States are behind Canada and Russia in terms of total acreage. In terms of land area, the United States is the third largest country in the world, after Russia and Canada. Calculated by total area, USA:
3/10 African Size
1/2 South American Size
1/2 Russian Size
Almost equal to China
Slightly better than Brazil
A little more than half the size
2 sizes Australia and ½ Western Europe
About 14 times the size of France
Around 39 times the size of the UK

Capital
The capital of the United States is the federal district of Washington, DC The head of the federal government is the President. Each state is also governed by its own state government. Two-letter State Abbreviations As noted, each state has an acronym for postal purposes - customers want to make sure what they order online quickly and accurately reaches them.

Travel
With many famous tourist destinations, it is impossible not to mention the Statue of Liberty or the full name of the Statue of Liberty illuminates the world. This is a bronze sculpture placed on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
With many famous tourist destinations, it is impossible not to mention the Statue of Liberty or the full name of the Statue of Liberty illuminates the world. This is a bronze sculpture placed on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
The Freedom Trail is the road that crosses the tourist city center of Boston. Perhaps Boston is the most ideal tourist destination to help tourists explore the history of American revolution. Because most events take place in and around Massachusetts. And there are many other popular tourist attractions you can explore on the US State Map!

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Physical Map of Iowa
Physical Map of Iowa
Iowa Physical Map Iowa is bounded by the Mississippi River on the east and the Missouri River and the Big Sioux River on the west. Known for its agriculture-based culture, the state is generally not flat; some of its area consists of rolling hills. Loess hills lie along the western border of the state. These are a formation of wind-deposited soil in western Iowa along the Missouri River. These hills or bluffs have oak-hickory hardwood forests in abundance and some of the last remaining prairie grass regions in Iowa. The Iowa Great Lakes, in northwest part of the state, includes three principal lakes: Spirit Lake, West Okoboji Lake, and East Okoboji Lake. The Coteau des Prairies in northwestern Iowa rises from the prairie flatlands. North-central Iowa features an expanse of fertile land dotted with a scattering of gently rolling hills. Northeast Iowa, along the Mississippi River, lies under the Driftless Zone that features steep hills and valleys which appear mountainous. Dissected Till Plains, which are a part of the Interior Plains, are located in southern and western Iowa region. These plains are also the western edge of the Corn Belt. Spanning northeastern Iowa, the Driftless Area or Paleozoic Plateau region is noted mainly for its deeply carved river valleys. The Southern Drift Plains in southern Iowa cover about one-third of total area of Iowa.
Sioux City Map
Sioux City Map
Sioux City is a city in the U.S state of Iowa. Founded in 1854, 50 years after Lewis and Clark the explorers passed through the area. The city was incorporated in the year 1857. It is the principal city of the Sioux City and the county seat of Woodbury County. Hotels: Sioux City hotels are famous for its cleanliness and friendly atmosphere. The tasty food they serve is also known by one and all. Tourists on the visit to the city make sure that they drop in at these hotels where they get a home away from home feeling. Some of such hotels are Comfort Inn, Fairfield Inn, Baymont Inn, Best Western, Super 8,Morningside, Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, Americinn Motel and Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Quality Inn Hotel & Conference Center, Super 8 Sioux City South, Days Inn - Sioux City, Holiday Inn Sioux City, Motel 6 Sioux City and Super 8 Motel Sioux City North. Places to Visit: Stone State Park, Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, Grandview Park, Pulaski Park, Latham Park, The Sergeant Floyd Monument, First Bride's Grave, War Eagle Park, Riverside Park, Bacon Creek Park, Chris Larsen Park, Sergeant Floyd Riverboat Museum, Golf courses, city parks, and aquatics, The Sioux City Public Museum and The Sioux City Art Center are the recreational centers in the city which can be considered as a nice break for the tourists. Romanesque -style buildings, the Sioux City Public Museum, Loess Hills, the Adams House and Nature Preserve that offer recreational trails are the other interesting places to be visited in the city.
Kansas County Map
Kansas County Map
Kansas Counties The Kansas county map clearly defines the administrative sub divisions of the state. The state of Kansas has 105 counties. Each county is administered by a county Seat. Some of the important counties of Kansas are: Anderson county - The county of Anderson was founded in 1855. Brown county - Brown county encompasses a total population of 10,724 people, per the census data of 2000. Barber county - Barber county holds a total population of 5,307 people according to the census data of 2000. Chase county - The county of Chase was founded in 1859, and has a total population of 3,030 people, per the census data of 2000. Coffey county - Coffey county is administered by the county Seat of Burlington, and has a population of 8,865 people per the census data of 2000. Douglas county - Douglas county holds a total population of 99,620 people, according to the census data of 2000. Decatur county - The county of Decatur is administered by Oberlin. According to the census of 2000, Decatur has a total population of 3,472 people. Ford county - Ford county was founded in 1873. Administered by Dodge City, Ford county has a population of 32,458 people, per the census data of 2000. The Kansas State Map shows the exact geographical location of the counties. Source: factfinder.census.gov
Kansas Airports Map
Kansas Airports Map
Airports In Kansas There are 143 public use airports in Kansas. Airports in Kansas are well connected to other states in USA. The Kansas airports have technologically up-to-date systems. The Wichita Mid-Continent Airport is the largest among all the Kansas airports . It has all amenities to make traveling convenient for the passengers. It has ATMs, game rooms, snack bars, gift shops and car rental counters. Restaurants and retail shops are located all throughout the terminal. The airport also has a business and conference center, free WiFi, a Shoe Shine counter and skycap services. The airlines that operate from the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport are Air Tran Airways, Allegiant Air, US Airways, America West, AA, Continental Express, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines and United Airlines. The staff at this airport is helpful. One can book online tickets for these airlines at their respective websites. Some airlines also offer travel points for online booking that can be redeemed against the fares of future travels. Kansas does not have an international airport but there are regular flights to the Kansas City International Airport in Kansas City, Missouri. Other major airports in Kansas are in Goodland, Colby, Concordia, Manhattan, Kansas City, Russell, Hays, Garden City, Liberal, Pratt, McPherson, Salina, Topeka, Lawrence, Emporia, Fort Scott, El Dorado, Winfield, Parsons, Chanute and Pittsburgh. Here,s a look at some major airports in Kansas : Garden City Regional Airport This is a city owned, public use airport located eight nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Garden City, in Finney County, Kansas. Mostly used for general aviation, the airport is served by one commercial airline. Also, the airport has been categorized as a primary commercial service airport by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011-2015. Dodge City Regional Airport Located three miles east of Dodge City, in Ford County, Kansas, the Dodge City Regional Airport is being used for general aviation and serves a single airline that has been subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Also, it has been categorized as a non-primary commercial service facility by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011-2015. St. Mary,s Airpark As a privately owned airport, the St. Mary,s Airpark is also a public use airport in Pottawatomie County, Kansas, United States. It is located four nautical miles north of the central business district of St. Mary,s. It has a single runway designated 18/36 with a turf along with a gravel surface that measures 2,514 by 60 feet.
 Worth County Map, Iowa
Worth County Map, Iowa
Map Kansas
Map Kansas

General introduction

Kansas is a landlocked state in the Midwestern United States. The state is named after the Kansa Native American tribe that used to live in the area. Kansas is nicknamed the 'State of the Sunflower', with agriculture being the largest contributor to the economy. The rectangular state has the 15th largest area in America. Topeka is the state capital and the largest city is Wichita.

Geography

Kansas Much of Kansas is described by endless golden fields of wheat. The state is bordered by Nebraska to the north, Oklahoma to the south, Colorado to the west, and Missouri to the east. It is divided into 105 counties. The Missouri River runs 75 miles northeast of the boundary and many other major state rivers are found across the state. Its western region is predominantly under the Great Plains, while the eastern region is dominated by rolling hills and forests. The state is often considered the flatest state in the United States, with most of the land being used for agriculture. The highest point is Sunflower Mountain at an altitude of 1,231 meters above sea level.

Travel

Kansas Travel Destinations Listen to Dorothy, there's no place like Kansas. Woven in the rich materials of rural life, ‘The Sunflower State’ is truly a part of classic America. The state house offers all kinds of options for visitors from exploring natural beauty to the burgeoning nightlife. Go on haunted tours at Atchison, feel the rush of adrenaline on the Kansas Highway, drink a drink in vintage Dodge City pub and take a walk in the Wichita Botanical Gardens. Schlitterbahn Kansas City, Kansas Center for Atmosphere and Space, Strataca, Eisenhower Presidential Library, Sedgwick County Zoo, and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge are top-rated Kansas destinations.

Transportation

Getting around Kansas By Air - Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is the busiest airport in the state. Kansas City International Airport (MCI) is another gateway to the state. By Train - Amtrak's Southwest Head serves Lawrence, Topeka, Newton, Hutchinson, Dodge City and Garden City in the state. Roads - The I-35 and I-70 interstate highways together with the Kansas State highway connect the major cities of Kansas.

Education

Education in Kansas There are hundreds of schools across the state, with a total of 37 public tertiary institutions and higher education institutions. The University of Kansas, Kansas State University, Wichita State University, Fort Hays State University, Emporia State University, and Pittsburg State University are six public or state-funded universities in Kansas.

Agriculture

Kansas produces and stores more wheat than any other state in the United States. The geographic center of the contiguous US is located near Lebanon in Smith County

Where is Kansas?
Where is Kansas?
Accurate Geographical Position of Kansas State Covering a total area of 81,915 sq mi, Kansas state has a 1,219 mile-long boundary. Kansas is a Midwestern state with the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Nebraska sharing its borders. While Missouri borders the state on the east, Oklahoma borders it on the southern side. Colorado borders Kansas on the western front, and Nebraska on the northern side. The coordinates of the Kansas state are 38.5° N, 98.0° W.
Kansas State Map
Kansas State Map
About Kansas Woven with the rich fabric of rural life, Kansas is a slice of classic America. It is the 15th largest state by area in the US. 'The Sunflower state' is known for unspoiled landscapes, rugged cowboy culture, smoldering barbeque, and sweet echoes of jazz. The state has 105 counties, sixth most in the country. Topeka is the state capital. Known as "Air Capital Of The World", Wichita is the largest city in the state. Overland Park, Kansas City, Olathe, and Lawrence are other major cities in Kansas. Tourist Attractions in Kansas Botanica, The Wichita Gardens Kansas Underground Salt Museum (Strataca) Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve Flint Hills Nature Trail Kansas State Capitol Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home Sedgwick County Zoo Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center Getting In and Around The Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is the primary gateway to Kansas. Amtrak's Southwest Chief, which runs between between Chicago and Los Angeles, serves the state. Interstate highways (I-35 and I-70) along with Kansas state highways traverse the state.
Places to Visit in Iowa
Places to Visit in Iowa
Ambrose A. Call State Park The Ambrose A. Call State Park is located in Kossuth County, Iowa. It commemorates the first settler in the county. The park is at an elevation of 1,224 feet and covers an area of 138 acres. It has a lodge which was built in 1928, a campground with 16 sites, and a 2 miles trails wind through the forest area. Founded in 1925, it is managed by Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Herbert Hoover National Historic Site The Herbert Hoover National Historic Site is located in West Branch, Iowa. It commemorates the life of the 31st President of United States and is managed by the National Park Service. It was declared as the National Historic Site on August 12, 1965 and as a National Historic Landmark on June 23, 1965. Also known as the Herbert Hoover Birthplace, it is spread across 187 acres of land. The compound includes a small cottage where Herbert Hoover was born, a blacksmith shop, the first West Branch schoolhouse, Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum, tall-grass prairie, and a Quaker meetinghouse. Blood Run Site The Blood Run Site is located on the border of Iowa and South Dakota. It is an archaeological site and was probably built over three millennia ago. It is managed by the Multi-Cultural Indigenous and was added to the NRHP on August 29, 1970. Within this site, there are earthwork structures which were built by the Oneota Culture. Des Moines Art Center The Des Moines Art Center is located in Des Moines, Iowa. Established in 1948, it is an art museum exhibiting paintings, sculpture, modern art, and mixed media. The architecture of the original building is credited to Eliel Saarinen, and was in 1945. It has permanent collections of Edward Hooper, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, etc. The second wing was designed by I.M. Pei in 1966, while the third wing was designed by Richard Meier. Reference Library, restaurant, and a gift shop are also part of the Art Center.
Hotels in Kansas
Hotels in Kansas
Map of Kansas Hotels
Cities in Kansas
Cities in Kansas
Located in the heart of America, Kansas has 105 counties. Topeka is the state capital. Wichita - the "Air Capital of the World" - is the largest city in the state. Hutchinson houses the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center - second largest space museum in the world. Kansas City lies at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. Located in northeastern Kansas, Lawrence is home to the University of Kansas while Manhattan is the home of Kansas State University. Wellington in Sumner County is called "The Wheat Capital of the World". In Liberal, there is a recreation of Dorothy Gale's house from The Wizard of Oz. Overland Park, Olathe, and Shawnee are other major cities in Kansas. Getting In and Around The Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is a major gateway to Kansas. Amtrak operates Southwest Chief, which runs between between Chicago and Los Angeles, through the state. I-35 and I-70 are primary interstate highways in Kansas.
 Woodbury County Map, Iowa
Woodbury County Map, Iowa