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United States Of America's Information

Flag of United States Of America
Land Area 9,147,593 km2
Water Area 685,924 km2
Total Area 9,833,517km2 (#3)
Population 323,995,528 (#3)
Population Density 35.42/km2
Government Type Constitutional Federal Republic
GDP (PPP) $18,600.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $57,300
Currency Dollar (USD)
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About United States Of America

ATTRACTIONS:

The United States has many of the world's major tourist attractions; among the most popular are the Disney complexes in California and Florida, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York City, Washington D.C., Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, California, Colorado ski resorts, Florida, NASA, New England states, Texas Gulf Coast, the Mississippi River system, New Orleans, Yellowstone, the National Park System, and so much more.

For additional attractions and related info (by state), click on the individual state link on the map at the top of this page.

GENERAL INTEREST:

  • Dialing Code: 1
  • Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
  • Times to Travel: It's difficult to suggest the best time to travel to the United States, as the country is a popular destination year-round; major attractions and national parks are most crowded in the summer months; fall is a desirable season in most areas of the country, especially in the New England, the Midwest and Mountain states; Arizona, California, Florida and Texas are ideal (escape the winter) destinations, and if winter sports are to your liking, the Rocky Mountain states feature some of the best skiing on the planet. In short, the USA has a perfect destination for anyone, at anytime of the year.
  • U.S. National Park Service

AIRFARES - HOTELS - RENTAL CARS:


TOURISM SITES:
For tourism sites (by state), click on the individual state link on the map at the top of the page.

PASSPORTS - TRAVEL VISAS:
United States entry requirements are the same in all states, with most foreign travelers requiring a visa. There are exceptions as Canadian citizens only need proof of that citizenship. Travelers coming to the U.S. for tourism or business for 90 days or less from qualified countries may be eligible to visit the U.S. without a visa.

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United States Of America states, districts & their capitals

Region Capital Quick Reference
Alabama Montgomery Alabama
Alaska Juneau Alaska
Arizona Phoenix Arizona
Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas
California Sacramento California
Colorado Denver Colorado
Connecticut Hartford Connecticut
Delaware Dover Delaware
District of Columbia Washington, D.C. District of Columbia
Florida Tallahassee Florida
Georgia Atlanta Georgia
Hawaii Honolulu Hawaii
Idaho Boise Idaho
Illinois Springfield Illinois
Indiana Indianapolis Indiana
Iowa Des Moines Iowa
Kansas Topeka Kansas
Kentucky Frankfort Kentucky
Louisiana Baton Rouge Louisiana
Maine Augusta Maine
Maryland Annapolis Maryland
Massachusetts Boston Massachusetts
Michigan Lansing Michigan
Minnesota Saint Paul Minnesota
Mississippi Jackson Mississippi
Missouri Jefferson City Missouri
Montana Helena Montana
Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska
Nevada Carson City Nevada
New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire
New Jersey Trenton New Jersey
New Mexico Santa Fe New Mexico
New York Albany New York
North Carolina Raleigh North Carolina
North Dakota Bismarck North Dakota
Ohio Columbus Ohio
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Oregon Salem Oregon
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Pennsylvania
Rhode Island Providence Rhode Island
South Carolina Columbia South Carolina
South Dakota Pierre South Dakota
Tennessee Nashville Tennessee
Texas Austin Texas
Utah Salt Lake City Utah
Vermont Montpelier Vermont
Virginia Richmond Virginia
Washington Olympia Washington
West Virginia Charleston West Virginia
Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin
Wyoming Cheyenne Wyoming

United States Of America Trivia

What is the Least Densely Populated State?

Alaska is the least densely populated state in the United States, with only 1.3 people per square mile. Wyoming is the second least densely populated state with six people per every square mile.

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What is the Least Populated State?

According to national census figures, Wyoming is the least populous state in the country with an estimated 578,759 residents spread out over the 10th largest state at 97,818 miĀ²

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What is the Most Densely Populated State in the US?

New Jersey is the most densely populated state with 1,210 people per square mile.

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What is the Most Populated State?

California is the most populated state in the US with a total population of 39,512,223. The state also happens to be one of the fastest growing in the country. California is the third largest state by land area.

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What was the Largest at the Beginning of the 20th Century?

New York state was the most populated state in 1900 and it remained that way up until 1964 when California became the most populated state.

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What are the Largest Ethnic Groups in the United States?

Some of the most common ethnicities in the United States include German, African American, Mexican, Irish, and English.

Largest Ethnic Groups And Nationalities In The United States

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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.