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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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Kansas State Profile
Kansas State Profile
Where is Kansas in US ? Kansas is located in Midwestern United States. It shares its borders with Nebraska on the north, Missouri on the east, Oklahoma on the south, and Colorado on the west. How did Kansas get its name ? Kansas gets its name from the Kansa Native America tribe that inhabited the region. The name of the tribe is speculated to mean "people of the wind" or "people of the south wind". What is the capital of Kansas ? Topeka is the capital of Kansas. It was founded on December 5, 1854 and incorporated on February 14, 1857. It covers an area of 57 square miles and has a population of 127,473. It is the county seat of Shawnee County and is located along the Kansas River. The name in Kansa and the Ioway languages mean "to dig good potatoes". How big is Kansas ? Kansas is the 15th largest state in United States. It covers an area of 82,277 square miles and has an estimated population of 2,853,116. It is the 33rd most populated state in the country. Which is the largest city of Kansas ? Wichita is the largest city of Kansas. Founded in 1863,it covers an area of 165.9 square miles. The population of the state is estimated to be 382,368. It was incorporated in 1870. It is the county seat of Sedgwick County and is located in south-central Kansas. What is the nickname of Kansas ? The official nickname of Kansas is the "Sunflower State". It is also known as the wheat state. The state is the leading producer of Sunflower which is also the state flower. What is the official language of Kansas? The official language of Kansas is English. What is the religion of Kansas ? Almost 86% of the state population is Christian, followed by people with no religious affiliation (9%), Jews (2%), and other religions. Who is the political leader of Kansas ? Samuel Dale "Sam" Brownback is the current and the 46th Governor of Kansas. He is a member of the Republican Party and assumed office on January 10, 2011. Jeffrey "Jeff" Colyer, a Republican, is the 49th and the current Lieutenant Governor of Kansas. He assumed office on January 10, 2011. When did Kansas achieve statehood ? With the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the region of Kansas became an unorganized territory of the United States. The territories of Nebraska and Kansas were established on May 30,1854. Kansas became the 34th state of the United States on January 29, 1861. What are some of the famous places in Kansas ? Cedar Bluff State Park, Elk City State Park, Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site, Allen County Museum, Atchison County Historical Museum, Allen-Lambe House, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, and Nicodemus National Historic Site are some of the famous places in Kansas. What is the economy of Kansas like ? In 2008, the gross state product of Kansas was $122.7 billion, while its per capita income was $ 35,013. It is the eighth-largest producer of oil and natural gas in the country. The agricultural outputs of the state are cattle, sheep, wheat, cotton, hogs, soybeans, salt, and corn. The main industrial outputs include transportation equipment, commercial and private aircraft, food processing, publishing, and chemical products. There are three tax brackets, ranging from 3.5% to 6.45%, while the sales tax is 6.3%.
Wichita Map
Wichita Map
Tourist attractions: Sedgwick County Zoo Botanica: The Wichita Gardens Great Plains Nature Center Crown Uptown Theatre Airports: Beech Airport Cessna Aircraft Field Airport Mcconnell Afb Airport Mid Continent Airport Wichita is the largest city of the US state, Kansas. It is also known as the Air Capital of the World. It is one of the leading aircraft manufacturing hubs and has six major aircraft manufacturing companies. Wichita is situated on the Arkansas River in South Central Kansas. The city of Wichita served as a trading center for nomadic people in the initial years. The area was first visited by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado in 1541, while he was searching for the amazing "cities of gold". On his visit, he met a group of Indians whom he called Quiviras. These people have been later identified as the Wichita Indians by the archaeologists and historians. In 1863, the first permanent settlement was made at Wichita which was a collection of grass houses that were inhabited by the Wichita Indians. The city of Wichita got officially incorporated in 1870. The city saw a great population explosion after the Second World War. Hotels in Wichita: Majority of the Wichita hotels are aimed at tourists. They provide different types of food depending upon the tourists visiting the city. The friendly attitude of the staff and their outstanding service conquer the minds of its customers. Hampton Inn Wichita West, Marriott Wichita, Hilton Garden Inn , Hotel at Old Town, Residence Inn Wichita East at Plazzio, Wichita Inn West, Comfort Suites Airport, Homewood Suites by Hilton At The Waterfront, Hyatt Regency , Best Western Wichita North Hotel & Suites, Inn at Tallgrass, Holiday Inn Wichita Downtown, Four Points by Sheraton Wichita Airport, Hawthorn Suites and Northrock Suites are the popular hotels in the city. Transportation: Wichita Mid-Continent Airport, the largest airport in the state serves the city. The Wichita Transit Authority that operates 51 buses is the form of public transportation within the city. The Amtrak station in Newton that provides train service is another mode of transportation in the city. The Kansas Turnpike (Interstate 35), Interstates 135 and 235, U.S. Route 54/400 and K-96 that run through the city is an easy access to the city. Wichita Climate: Wichita experiences a varied difference in the climate as the temperatures go below -8ºC in January and soar up to 34ºC in the month of July. Wichita receives over 30 inches of rainfall. The city is very prone to severe weather, with violent thunderstorms occurring mainly during summer and spring. Even tornadoes are quite frequent in Wichita and its surrounding areas. Wichita Attractions: Exploration Place, which exhibits Flight and Design, is the main attraction of the city. The Mid-America All-India Exhibition Center that tells the story of the region's Native American heritage. Wichita Art Museum that displays works of the famous glass artists, Sedgwick County Zoo, the new Downing Gorilla Forest and Old Town Marketplace are the places that the tourists should not fail to visit. The Wichita Gardens, Exploration Place, Old Cow town Museum, Museum of World Treasures, Kansas Aviation Museum and Arkansas River Trail are the other points of interest in the city.
Geography of Kentucky
Geography of Kentucky
General Features Kentucky, officially the Commonwealth of Kentucky is a state located in the east-central United States. It is bordered on the north by Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio; on the south by Tennessee; by West Virginia and Virginia on the east and Missouri borders Kentucky on the west. The geographic center of the state is in Marion County. The state comprises five geographic regions : Bluegrass Region : Lying in the northern central area of Kentucky, the Bluegrass Region is distinguished by rolling meadows and sandstone knobs. The area where these sandstone knobs are found is known as the Knobs Region. Cumberland Plateau : Also referred to as the Appalachian Plateau, the Cumberland Plateau extends from New York to Alabama. This region consists of consists of numerous mountains, plateaus, and valleys. The Cumberland and Pine mountain and the highest point in the state, the Black Mountain, is found in this region. Western Coal Field : The northwestern part of Kentucky is known as the Western Coal Field. The area is part of the Illinois Basin and consists of a number of hills. The region is bordered by the Ohio River on the north, and the Pennyroyal region on the east, west, and south. It is given the name because of its large coal deposits. Pennyroyal Region: Also called Pennyrile, the Pennyroyal Region stretches along the southern border of Kentucky to Kentucky Lake. The central region of the Pennyroyal is a treeless area known as "The Barrens." The southern portion comprises flat lands with rolling hills and the northern section is composed of rocky ridges that consists of underground caves and tunnels. Mammoth Cave is situated in the Pennyroyal region. Jackson Purchase Region : The region in the far western tip of Kentucky that starts at the Gulf of Mexico and extends north to Illinois is called the Jackson Purchase Region. The region is bordered by Kentucky Lake on the east, Ohio River on the north and by the Mississippi River on the west. Flood plains with low hills characterize this region. Climate of Kentucky Kentucky has a moderate climate with warm summers and cool winters. The highest temperature recorded in Kentucky is 46°C ; it was registered on July 28, 1930 at Greensburg. The lowest temperature in the state was recorded -37°C, on January 19, 1994 at Shelbyville. The average precipitation in Kentucky is 1,200 mm annually. The state is prone to storms that occur throughout the year. Mountains of Kentucky There are 1,215 mountain peaks in Kentucky. Black Mountain is the highest mountain peak in the state with a summit elevation of 1,263 meters. The other major mountain ranges in the state include: Rivers in Kentucky Kentucky has numerous water bodies. In fact, it is the only state in the United States that is bordered on three sides by rivers: the Mississippi River on the west, the Big Sandy River and Tug Fork on the east and the Ohio River on the north. The major rivers in the state include: Lakes in Kentucky There are three major lakes and a large number of artificial lakes in Kentucky. It has the largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi: the Cumberland Lake. The major lakes in the state are:
 Blank Map of Iowa
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Kansas Golf Courses Map
Kansas Golf Courses Map
The Kansas Golf Courses Map indicates the exact geographical location of various clubs and resorts that host golf tournaments in addition to their regular game sessions. Several cities in Kansas state host a number of golf courses. Cities like Lansing, Abilence, Caney, Olathe, Topeka, Hays, Marion, Logan, Kingman, Beloit, Derby, and many others have well-maintained golf courses. Golf enthusiasts can also find important information about the courses through the Kansas State Map. Some of the prominent golf courses of Kansas state include: Indian Hills Country Club Wolf Creek Golf Links Inc Mission Hills Country Club Prairie Dunes Country Club Meadowbrook Golf & Country Club Shadow Glen Golf Club Kansas City Country Club The Derby Golf and Country Club Tallgrass Country Club Deer Creek Golf Club La Crosse Country Club Osawatomie Golf Course Lake Side Golf Course Apart from the golf Clubs mentioned above, Kansas state has several other golf courses, in fact, all the prominent cities of Kansas have regularly maintained golf Clubs.
Kansas Latitude and Longitude Map
Kansas Latitude and Longitude Map
Kansas Road Map
Kansas Road Map
Road Network of Kansas Kansas Road Map locates the different state and inter-state highways of the place. Connecting the various cities the inter-state roads 135, 70, 335, 35 and others efficiently provide a full-fledged transportation system. The road map of Kansas, in a way, offers a comprehensive guide containing the road routes of the state. The Kansas state map is also a vital tool which highlights the roads of the place. Be it the capital city - Topeka - or be it the other cities of the state, the roads of the place facilitate a wholesome connectivity. Apart from all the urban zones, the rural areas of Kansas are also linked with well-developed array of roads. According to an official estimate of 2000, Kansas has a total of 16, 426 km of urban roads and 200, 162 km long rural roads. Having a total stretch of 216, 5888 km of roads Kansas state enjoys the advantages of easy accessibility. The transportation department of Kansas takes all necessary measures to maintain and upgrade the inter-state roads of the place. Tourists and local people can easily travel from one city to another city of Kansas through the well laid-down roads of the state.
Kansas Rivers Map
Kansas Rivers Map
Rivers in Kansas The Kansas River Map provides comprehensive information on the several rivers, streams and lakes flowing through the state. The Republican River, Arkansas River, Kansas River, Smoky Hill River, and The Missouri River are the important rivers of Kansas. The Missouri River flows through the northeastern part of the state. The Kansas River flows across Topeka and meets the Missouri River at the Kansas River. The Arkansas River flows through the Wichita region of Kansas state. The lowest point in Kansas is the Verdigris River, which is 680 feet in elevation. The state of Kansas has several man made lakes and about fifty thousand streams. Waconda Lake, Tuttle Creek Reservoir, and Cheney Reservoir are the major lakes of Kansas. Kirwan Reservoir, Milford Lake, Wilson Lake, Marion Lake, Cedar Bluff Reservoir, John Redmond Reservoir, El Dorado Lake, Pomona Lake, and Perry Lake are the other notable lakes within the state. Cottonwood River, Neosho River, Pawnee River, Saline River, Solomon River, Cygnes River, Marmaton River, Walnut River, Big Blue River and Chikaskia River are the other prominent rivers of Kansas. The Kansas State Map points out the diverse topography that has been formed by the several rivers and lakes of the state.
Blank Map of Kansas
Blank Map of Kansas
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Waterloo Map
Waterloo Map
About Waterloo, Iowa: Originally called Prairie Rapids Crossing, Waterloo was incorporated as a city in 1868. It is located along the Cedar River and is the seat of Black Hawk County in northeastern Iowa. Getting in and Around: By Air – American Eagle airlines provides non-stop service between Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and Waterloo Regional Airport (ALO). The Eastern Iowa Airport (CID) in Cedar Rapids is served by Allegiant Air, American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express. By Train – The Chicago Central and Pacific Railroad passes through the city. By Road – I–380, U.S. 20, 63, and 218 and Iowa State Highway 21 traverse the Waterloo–Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area. The Avenue of the Saints, a highway in the Midwestern United States, also runs through the city. Burlington Trailways provides long-distance bus services to Chicago and the state capital Des Moines. Best Time to Visit: March through November, when the sky is blue and the fields are green, is an ideal time to visit popular tourist attractions in Waterloo. What's in Waterloo: The Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area (SSNHA) preserves and documents the story of Iowa's agriculture. The Grout Museum District comprises a set of museums: Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum, Bluedorn Science Imaginarium, Rensselaer Russell House Museum, and Victorian-era Snowden House. These museums chronicle region's history, culture, and sciences. The seasonal paradise-themed Lost Island Waterpark features water slides, pools, mini-golf course, and a go-kart track. Fostering community awareness, the Waterloo Center for the Arts (WCA) exhibits the largest collection of Haitian Art in the US, and collections of Mexican Folk Art, International Folk Art, and American Decorative Arts. Phelps Youth Pavilion (PYP) is an interactive museum for children and adults. Young Arena is a popular destination for public skating, hockey, and a track for running. A large expanse of woodland in George Wyth Memorial State Park offers opportunities for bird-watching with over 200 avifauna. The park has 69 camping units with modern amenities, 5.5 miles of paved multipurpose trails, and fishing, sail-boating, and windsurfing in George Wyth Lake. Sunrise Children's Zoo, located on Ansborough Avenue, opens in summers and it allows petting farm animals such as miniature donkeys, pigs, and goats. Travis Fulton, Mona Van Duyn, the Sullivan Brothers, and Michele Bachmann are famous people born in Waterloo.
Frankfort Map
Frankfort Map
Frankfort is the capital of the U.S state of Kentucky. Gen. James Wilkinson who purchased this land in 1786 later came to known as the father of Frankfort. In 1792, Frankfort was chosen as the Kentucky's seat of government. The city, which grew considerably in 1960s with many high rising buildings, is now the county seat of Franklin County. Hotels in Frankfort: some of the best hotels in frankfort are: Days Inn Frankfort in Frankfort Americas Best Value Inn in Frankfort Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Frankfort Best Value Inn Best Western Parkside Inn Hampton Inn Frankfort, Frankfort Restaurants in Frankfort: Some of the best restaurants in Frankfort inlcudes Applebee's Neighborhood Grill,Arandas Mexican Restaurant,Arby's,Arby's,Brando's Restaurant,Burger King, C & J's Home Restaurant,Capital Bar-B-Q,Captain D's Seafood Restaurant,Captain D's Seafood Restaurant,Casa Fiesta,Cheung's Express Chinese Fast,Chili's Grill & Bar,China King,China Wok Restaurant. Frankfort Transportation: Louisville International Airport, the nearest airport to Frankfort serves the city. The Capitol City Airport is the small regional airport in the city. Frankfort Transit that provides bus service within the city helps people to travel to other regions of the city. Taxis and rental cars are the other forms of public transport in the city. Places to Visit in Frankfort: Greek Revival- style Old State Capitol, the present State Capitol building, Liberty Hall- the site of two elegant 19th century homes, Kentucky Military History Museum that displays hand weapons and uniforms, the tomb of Daniel Boone and his wife and the factory of Rebecca-Ruth Candies the birth place of bourbon chocolates are the highlights of the city. Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Frankfort Cemetery, Kentucky History Center, Old Governor's Mansion, Greenhill Cemetery and the river such as Elkhorn Creek and Casey Creek are the important sites in Frankfort.