Map Iowa

Map Iowa

Iowa Flag Officially adopted on 12 March 1921, the Iowa flag consists of three vertical stripes of blue, white and red. The middle stripe is twice as long as the width of the other two lines and has the shape of an eagle holding a ribbon.

Map of Iowa
Explore the map of Iowa, the 26th largest state in the United States. Iowa covers an area of 56,272.81 square miles. With a population of 3,134,693 people, according to 2016 estimates, Iowa is the country's 30th most populous state. Des Moines is the state capital as well as the largest city. Iowa, located in the Midwestern United States, shares borders with the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Previously known as the Iowa Territory, it was admitted to the Union on December 28, 1846.

About an Iowa map: A map of Iowa shows state boundaries, interstate highways, major cities, other cities, railroads, airports, physical features, major attractions , etc. in the state.
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Iowa is often referred to as 'American Heartland'. Famous for its agricultural economy, this is a landlocked state in the Midwestern United States. Its capital and largest city is Des Moines. Cedar Rapids and Sioux City are other major urban areas in Iowa. The state has 99 counties.

History of Iowa
The Woodland Indians were the first known permanent settlers in what is now known as Iowa, and are primarily known for their mound-building activities. Some early prehistoric or late prehistoric tribes include the Meskwaki, Sauk, Illiniwek and Omaha.

Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first European explorers to arrive in the land in 1673. The Iowa region today was claimed by France and until 1763, it remained part of the French Territory. However, ownership was transferred to Spain afterwards. In 1803, the United States gained control of Iowa through the Louisiana Purchase. After Fort Madison was built in 1808, the United States enacted military control over the area.

The need to become a state soon appeared and on December 28, 1846, Iowa was declared the 29th state of the Union. The capital was moved from Iowa City to Des Moines in 1857.

Geography of Iowa
Covering an area of ​​56,276 square miles, Iowa is the 26th largest state in the US. It is bordered by Minnesota to the north, Wisconsin and Illinois to the east, Missouri to the south, Nebraska to the west, and South Dakota to the northwest. It is the only state in the US with rivers to cover the west and east; the Mississippi to the east and the Missouri and Big Sioux to the west.

The state's highest point is Hawkeye Point, located 510 meters above sea level. Red Rock Lake, Big Spirit Lake, West Okoboji Lake and Clear Lake are the main waters in the state. Iowa is fortunate to have the most fertile topsoil in the world. The state can be divided into three physical regions: the Young Drift Delta, the Non-Drift Zone, and the Divided Plain. Iowa's average low and high temperatures range from 6.3 degrees Fahrenheit to 86.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tourist destinations in Iowa
As a state where presidential dreams will fly, Iowa is a place where one can go back in time and indulge in the beauty of old charm. From Madison County's beautiful bridges to the quaint towns in Van Buren County, Iowa, there are different brushstrokes for everyone. Taking on adventures like skiing or indulging among the Iowan at a state fair, there's more to do in 'Hawkeye State' than eating fresh corn on the farm.

The Effigy Mounds National Monument is a sacred site of Native Americans that preserves more than 200 prehistoric mounds. The Herbert Hoover National Historic Site commemorates the life of the 31st President of the United States Herbert Hoover. The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, and the Figge Museum of Art allow you to gain insight into Iowa's cultural heritage. Adventureland, Vander Veer Botanical Park, Lake Saylorville and Maquoketa Caves State Park are some of the top places to visit in Iowa.

Transportation in Iowa
By Air - Des Moines International Airport (DSM) is the gateway to the US Midwest. East Iowa Airport serves the city of Cedar Rapids.

By Train - Southwest Chief and California Zephyr are Amtrak trains that operate across the state.

Roads - Greyhound, Burlington Trailways and Jefferson Lines operate statewide long-distance bus services.

Education in Iowa
The state has the best graduation rates in America. There are 365 school districts directly under the Iowa Department of Education. The state has three public universities: Iowa State University at Ames, the University of Iowa in Iowa City, and the University of North Iowa at Cedar Falls. Read more here.

Facts about Iowa
The state is named after a tribe of Native Americans - the Ioway.
Snake Alley in Burlington is the most winding road in the world.
It is the supplier of about one-tenth of the nation's food resources

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Cities in Iowa
Cities in Iowa
Cities in Iowa From the historic bridges of Madison County to the quaint villages of Van Buren County, there is a lot more to Iowa than corn. Located in the Midwestern United States, 'The Hawkeye State' is famous for great outdoors, significant historic sites, alluring natural treasures, and field of dreams. A major center of the U.S. insurance industry, Des Moines is the state capital and also the largest city. A flourishing center for arts and culture, Cedar Rapids (City of Five Seasons) houses the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, Paramount Theatre, and Orchestra Iowa. The city of Davenport lies approximately halfway between Chicago and Des Moines. Situated on the banks of the Missouri River, Sioux City is the fourth largest city in Iowa. Dubuque – the oldest city in Iowa – features the shortest and steepest railroad in the world, Fenlon Place Elevator. Snake Alley in Burlington is the most crooked street in the world. Getting In and Around The Eastern Iowa Airport (CID) and Des Moines International Airport (DSM) are major aviation gateways to the state. Southwest Chief and California Zephyr are two Amtrak passenger trains serving the state. Interstate highways (I-80, I-35, and I-29) and US highways ( US 6, US 18, US 20, and US 30) create a dense road network.
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Map Iowa
Map Iowa

Iowa Flag Officially adopted on 12 March 1921, the Iowa flag consists of three vertical stripes of blue, white and red. The middle stripe is twice as long as the width of the other two lines and has the shape of an eagle holding a ribbon.

Map of Iowa
Explore the map of Iowa, the 26th largest state in the United States. Iowa covers an area of 56,272.81 square miles. With a population of 3,134,693 people, according to 2016 estimates, Iowa is the country's 30th most populous state. Des Moines is the state capital as well as the largest city. Iowa, located in the Midwestern United States, shares borders with the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Previously known as the Iowa Territory, it was admitted to the Union on December 28, 1846.

About an Iowa map: A map of Iowa shows state boundaries, interstate highways, major cities, other cities, railroads, airports, physical features, major attractions , etc. in the state.
Back to Iowa

Iowa is often referred to as 'American Heartland'. Famous for its agricultural economy, this is a landlocked state in the Midwestern United States. Its capital and largest city is Des Moines. Cedar Rapids and Sioux City are other major urban areas in Iowa. The state has 99 counties.

History of Iowa
The Woodland Indians were the first known permanent settlers in what is now known as Iowa, and are primarily known for their mound-building activities. Some early prehistoric or late prehistoric tribes include the Meskwaki, Sauk, Illiniwek and Omaha.

Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first European explorers to arrive in the land in 1673. The Iowa region today was claimed by France and until 1763, it remained part of the French Territory. However, ownership was transferred to Spain afterwards. In 1803, the United States gained control of Iowa through the Louisiana Purchase. After Fort Madison was built in 1808, the United States enacted military control over the area.

The need to become a state soon appeared and on December 28, 1846, Iowa was declared the 29th state of the Union. The capital was moved from Iowa City to Des Moines in 1857.

Geography of Iowa
Covering an area of ​​56,276 square miles, Iowa is the 26th largest state in the US. It is bordered by Minnesota to the north, Wisconsin and Illinois to the east, Missouri to the south, Nebraska to the west, and South Dakota to the northwest. It is the only state in the US with rivers to cover the west and east; the Mississippi to the east and the Missouri and Big Sioux to the west.

The state's highest point is Hawkeye Point, located 510 meters above sea level. Red Rock Lake, Big Spirit Lake, West Okoboji Lake and Clear Lake are the main waters in the state. Iowa is fortunate to have the most fertile topsoil in the world. The state can be divided into three physical regions: the Young Drift Delta, the Non-Drift Zone, and the Divided Plain. Iowa's average low and high temperatures range from 6.3 degrees Fahrenheit to 86.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tourist destinations in Iowa
As a state where presidential dreams will fly, Iowa is a place where one can go back in time and indulge in the beauty of old charm. From Madison County's beautiful bridges to the quaint towns in Van Buren County, Iowa, there are different brushstrokes for everyone. Taking on adventures like skiing or indulging among the Iowan at a state fair, there's more to do in 'Hawkeye State' than eating fresh corn on the farm.

The Effigy Mounds National Monument is a sacred site of Native Americans that preserves more than 200 prehistoric mounds. The Herbert Hoover National Historic Site commemorates the life of the 31st President of the United States Herbert Hoover. The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, and the Figge Museum of Art allow you to gain insight into Iowa's cultural heritage. Adventureland, Vander Veer Botanical Park, Lake Saylorville and Maquoketa Caves State Park are some of the top places to visit in Iowa.

Transportation in Iowa
By Air - Des Moines International Airport (DSM) is the gateway to the US Midwest. East Iowa Airport serves the city of Cedar Rapids.

By Train - Southwest Chief and California Zephyr are Amtrak trains that operate across the state.

Roads - Greyhound, Burlington Trailways and Jefferson Lines operate statewide long-distance bus services.

Education in Iowa
The state has the best graduation rates in America. There are 365 school districts directly under the Iowa Department of Education. The state has three public universities: Iowa State University at Ames, the University of Iowa in Iowa City, and the University of North Iowa at Cedar Falls. Read more here.

Facts about Iowa
The state is named after a tribe of Native Americans - the Ioway.
Snake Alley in Burlington is the most winding road in the world.
It is the supplier of about one-tenth of the nation's food resources

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