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About the United States:
The United States of America (USA), or the United States, is located in North America. This is a country, consisting of 50 states and is a federal constitutional republic. The United States of America (United States) can be found between Canada and Mexico on the Northern Hemisphere map. There are 50 states at all, forty-eight of which are inland. The other two states are Alaska and Hawaii (a group of islands in the South Pacific Sea). The capital of the United States is the federal district of Washington D.C. With the largest city being New York. Los Angeles is the capital of the film industry and Las Vegas is the gaming capital in the world. The head of the federal government is the President.

It does not have an official language but most of the population speaks English and Spanish. The capital is Washington

Truth:
Capital: Washington DC
Area: 3,796,742 sq mi (9,833,520 sq km).
Population: ~ 328,000,000.
Largest cities: New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, Boston, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas.
Official language: Not available at the federal level.
Currency: US Dollar ($) (USD).

Geography:
Located on the North American continent, the United States of America has Canada to the north, the North Atlantic to the east, Mexico to the south, and the North Pacific to the west. Divided into 9 time zones, the country (excluding Alaska) ranges from 50 degrees north latitude to 25 degrees north latitude. Located at an altitude of 20,310 feet (6,194 m), Mount McKinley in Alaska is the highest point in the country. The lowest point is Death Valley in California at -279 feet (-85 m).

In the US, there are 4 main seasons: From April to June, it is Spring; from July to September, it's Summer season; from October to December is autumn; and from January to March, it is winter. Average temperatures can range from 11 degrees C in Seattle to -3 degrees C in Fairbanks. Rainfall in the country is decreasing from west to east.

Mid-West is often referred to as 'Tornado Alley', as this area is prone to tornadoes, especially in spring. High temperatures (causing storms) are felt in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean in late summer and early autumn.

The United States is considered to have a more diverse ecosystem than any other place in the world. The United States has 60 National Parks spread across its states.

Travel and tourism:
The United States has a lot of gems for a tourist. As of 2014, 6.3 million tourists visited the United States. The most visited sites in the US are Niagara Falls, Times Square, Naval Pier, New York City, Las Vegas Strip, Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Fisherman's Wharf, Disneyland Park , Lake Buena Vista, Disney World Magic Kingdom, Faneuil Hall Market, Memorial Park, and National Mall.

Other attractions worth visiting are Grand Gorge, Golden Gate Bridge, Yellowstone National Park, Statue of Liberty, Central Park, National 9/11 Museum & Memorial, Wizarding World by Harry Potter, Alcatraz Island, Lincoln Memorial, National World War II Museum.

Traffic and Communication:
The world's longest road network is considered in the United States. The US has a stretch of more than 4 million miles (6,586,610 km), according to the 2012 CIA Factbook. Hoa also has the largest rail network in the world, covering more than 180,000 miles (293,564 km). It also has more airports than any other country in the world - 3,513 airports (2013 estimate). It has a number of cargo and passenger ports. There are many important ports in the country, such as the port of Baton Rouge in Louisiana; The Port of Long Beach in California; and Port of Miami, Port of Everglades and Port Canaveral in Florida.

United States Flag
The current US flag design, depicting 13 red and white horizontal stripes and 50 white stars in a blue rectangle, was adopted on July 4, 1960. At the time the flag was adopted , the flag makes no sense. However, in 1782, the same colors were used in the design of the American Seal. White represents innocence and purity; Red represents courage & toughness; and Blue, which signifies justice, perseverance, and vigilance.

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Nebraska Flag The official flag of Nebraska has a blue field with the State of Nebraska stamp at its center.

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Explore the map of Nebraska; a state located in the Great Plains and the Midwestern United States. The 16 largest states of the 50 states of the United States, Nebraska covers an area of 77,358 square miles. With a population of 1,907,116 people, as of 2016, it is the 37th most populous state in the country. Lincoln is the capital city of Nebraska, and Omaha is the largest city. Nebraska shares borders with the states of South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming. Panorama Point, at 1,654 meters, is the highest point in the state. Nebraska was admitted to the Union on 1 March 1867, as the 37th state of the United States.

Introduction to Nebraska
Nebraska state is located in both the Great Plains and the Midwest region of the United States. Nicknamed "State of Cornhusker", this is the 16th largest state in America. Omaha is the largest city and the state capital is Lincoln. The state is divided into 93 counties.

History of Nebraska
Several indigenous tribes such as the Omaha, Missouria, Ponca, Pawnee and Otoe inhabited the area thousands of years before the first European contact was made in the late 17th century.
In the following decades, Spanish and French explorers established commercial relations with the Apache. This territory was claimed by both France and Spain and was part of the Louisiana territory. In 1762, under the Treaty of Fontainebleau after the Seven Years' War, France ceded the area to Spain. After the United States bought Louisiana in 1803, Nebraska came under its rule. The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 created Nebraska Territory, but it only took its current form in 1861. During the American Civil War, it nurtured 3,000 people for the Union Army. In March 1867, Nebraska was recognized as the 37th state of the United States.

Geography of Nebraska
The state is bordered by South Dakota to the north, Iowa to the east, Missouri to the southeast, Kansas to the south, Colorado to the southwest, and Wyoming to the west. It covers a total area of ​​more than 77,220 square miles. Nebraska has two prominent lands: the Great Plains to the west and the Split Plains to the east. Western Nebraska has a diverse topography with areas such as Sand Hills, Pine Ridge and Wildcat Hills. The most important rivers of the state are the Platte River, the Niobrara River and the Republic River.

Nebraska experiences two different climates. The eastern part has a humid continental climate and the western part has a semi-arid climate. Summers are hot and winters are fairly cold across the state. It is also susceptible to thunderstorms. Chinook winds also affect Nebraska's climate. The Panorama Point near the Colorado border, at 1,655 meters, is the highest natural point in Nebraska.

Tourist destinations in Nebraska
Known as a state of the benevolent, Nebraska has many natural and historic attractions. Often ranked as the world's best zoo, Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium has up to 17,000 animals of 962 species. It has the world's largest indoor rainforest & desert ecosystem as well as the largest cat complex in North America. The cobblestone streets and refurbished 19th-century buildings at Old Market in Omaha allow you to get a glimpse of the life of the pioneers.

The impressive spire of Chimney Rock National Historic Site beckons thousands of tourists each year. Hiking trails at Scotts Bluff National Monument offer breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Strategic Space & Air Command Museum, Great Platte River Road Archway Monument, Sunken Gardens, Rock Island Railroad Storage Museum and Ashfall Fossil Bed are prominent tourist attractions in Nebraska.

Transportation in Nebraska
Eppley International Airport (OMA) is the busiest airport in Nebraska.

Amtrak stations in Omaha, Lincoln, Holdrege, Hastings and McCook are served daily by the California Zephyr train.

The 480 mile long I-80 is the main east-west federal highway in Nebraska. US 30, US 20 and US 2 are other notable routes.

Education in Nebraska
The Nebraska State College system consists of three public colleges: Wayne State College, Peru State College and Chadron State College. The University of Nebraska is the state's premier public university and has four campuses. The University of Bellevue, Clarkson College and Concordia College are a few private colleges in Nebraska.

Nebraska facts
It is the only nonpartisan US state with only one home.
Nebraska has more miles of river and groundwater reserves than any other state in America.

Cities in Nebraska
Cities in Nebraska
The state has 93 counties. Lincoln, the state capital, is home to the second tallest capitol building in the US. Situated on the banks of the Missouri River, Omaha is the largest city of in the state and is called the "Gateway to the West". The Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha is among the best zoos in the world. Incorporated in 1855, Bellevue is the oldest inhabited city in the state. Grand Island hosts the annual Nebraska State Fair. Kearney houses several museums which document the history of California, Oregon, and Pony Express trails. Kool-Aid was invented in 1927 by Edwin Perkins in the city of Hastings. Getting In and Around The Eppley Airfield (IMA) in Omaha is gateway to the state. Amtrak's California Zephyr operates through the state. Interstate highway 80 (I-80), which runs from east to west, is a major road in Nebraska.
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Maps Related to Nebraska Where is Nebraska Nebraska Railway Map Nebraska Road Map Nebraska Cities and Towns Map Nebraska Outline Map Nebraska River Map Nebraska County Map Nebraska Golf Courses Map Lincoln City Facts Lincoln is the capital of U.S state of Nebraska and is the second-largest city in the state. The city has been chosen as the county seat of Lancaster County in 1859. Founded in 1856, Lincoln was a village named Lancaster. Nicknamed as 'Star City', its metropolitan area consists of Lancaster County and Seward County. Amtrak, the national passenger rail system serves a link to Lincoln. The state agencies and offices of Nebraska are located in Lincoln in addition to several United States Government offices. A mayor-council government including mayor and a seven-member city council has the authority over the city. Hotels: Staybridge Suites Lincoln Northeast,Residence Inn Lincoln South,New Victorian Suites Lincoln,Hampton Inn & Suites Lincoln,Embassy Suites Lincoln ,Comfort Suites East ,Staybridge Suites Lincoln,Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Lincoln on the Hill and Fairfield Inn Lincoln are some of the best hotels in lincoln. Economy: Lincoln has been ranked third place for income growth. Service industries are the core provider of its economy. The state government and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln contribute much to the local economy. Banking, information technology, insurance, rail and truck transport are other industries prominent in the city. Located in a grain and livestock-producing region, Lincoln is a hub for communications, distribution and wholesaling. Industries such as manufacture and repair of locomotives, flour and feed milling, grain storage and diversified manufacturing maintains its healthy economy. Lincoln is also the corporate headquarters of several insurance companies. State government and the University of Nebraska constitute a quarter of the city's economy. Creamery products, farm machinery, farm belts, veterinary supplies, radiator hoses, telephone equipment, biological products, pharmaceutical supplies, plumbing supplies, pumps, motors, motor scooters, wax, filing equipment and office supplies, and printing, lithographic, engraving, metal, stone and concrete products are the main items produced in the city. Places To Visit: Lincoln Children's Museum and Haymarket Park are the main centers were children are attracted. Hyde Observatory, Ice Box, James Arthur Vineyards and Winery, National Museum of Roller Skating and the offices of USA Roller Sports entertain the tourists. Lincoln has an extensive park system that is dedicated to children. It has around 100 individual parks like Antelope Park, which contains the Lincoln Children's Zoo and the Sunken Gardens, Woods Park, Holmes Park, Oak Lake Park, Pioneers Park, Tierra Park, and Wilderness Park. The city also offers number of resorts that provides world-class reception to its guests. Embassy Suites, Hampton Inn Lincoln-Heritage Park, Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Atwood House Bed & Breakfast, Chase Suite Hotel by Woodfin and Sleep Inn are some of them.

Montana Travel Attractions Map
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Whitefish Lake Beach: It is one of the most scenic places in Montana. The beach is popular for lake trout and large mountain fish. It provides ample opportunities for boating, sailing and water-skiing. There is a park located near the beach, known as the Whitefish Lake State Park. This park is beautifully landscaped with a pleasant campground and beautiful forest. Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park Designated as the national park on March 1, 1872, the Yellowstone National Park is the world's first national park and also one of the largest. The park is known for its steaming hot springs, geysers, waterfalls and wildlife. There are a number of recreational opportunities, like hiking, camping, boating, fishing and sightseeing. Spring Meadow Lake State Park: Located west of Helena, Montana, the Spring Meadow Lake State Park is a popular holiday destination that offers great adventure. It is very popular for swimming, hiking, sun-bathing, scuba diving, bird-watching and fishing. The park is home to a variety of birds. Pompey's Pillar: Named after the site of a famous natural landmark, Pompey's Pillar was founded in 1907. On the landmark, William Clark had inscribed his name on July 25, 1806 during his trip down the Yellowstone River. Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area: Established on October 15, 1966, the Bighorn National Recreational Area is a must-visit. It is one of the grandest canyons in the Northern Rockies, offering a diversified landscape of forest, mountains, valleys, upland prairie, deep canyons, deserts, lakes, and wetlands. Boating and fishing in the area is much fun.
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Nebraska Rivers Map
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Nebraska Golf Courses Map
State Map of Nebraska
State Map of Nebraska
About Nebraska Nebraska is the 16th largest state in America by area. The 'Cornhusker State' is famous for pioneer history, fertile agricultural land, ingenious roadside attractions, and unpredictable weather. There are 93 counties in Nebraska The state has two major geographical regions: the Dissected Till Plains and the Great Plains. The state is split into two time zones, Central Time (eastern Nebraska) and Mountain Time (western Nebraska). With an elevation of 1,653 meters, Panorama Point is the highest point in the state. Lincoln is the state capital and has the second tallest capitol building in America. Situated on the Missouri River, Omaha is the largest city of in the state and is referred as the "Gateway to the West." Other major cities in Nebraska are: Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Fremont, and Hastings. Tourist Attractions in Nebraska Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha Scotts Bluff National Monuments Chimney Rock National Historic Site State Capitol in Lincoln Indian Cave State Park Agate Fossil Beds National Monument Fort Robinson State Park Getting In and Around Eppley Airfield (IMA) in Omaha is the busiest airport in Nebraska. Amtrak's California Zephyr, which runs between Chicago and Emeryville in California, traverses the state. The state has more than 80 exits along the Interstate 80 (I-80) which runs from east to west.
 List of Universities in Nebraska
List of Universities in Nebraska
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