List of US states | US states list

Published on 10-Oct-2022

United States of America 

The United States of America, also known as the USA, is a country located in the continent of North America. The USA is a country full of intercontinental states. It consists of 50 states, including the Federal district that is Washington D.C. The United States is the third-largest country in the World by land and total area. The population of America exceeds more than 330 million people. It is also the third most populated country compared to China and India. America is famous for its melting pot of various cultures, resulting from years of immigration from various countries in the USA.

It has a highly diverse climate and geological effect. It is also recognized as one of the 17 ecologically mega-diverse countries in the World. America is divided into 6 different time zones depending on the geography spread across the country.

US State List Alphabetical Order

Number

State

Capital

Since

Area (mi2)

Code

Nickname

1

 Alabama

Montgomery

1846

159.8

AL

The Cotton State

2

 Alaska

Juneau

1906

2716.7

AK

The Last Frontier

3

 Arizona

Phoenix

1912

517.6

AZ

Grand Canyon State

4

 Arkansas

Little Rock

1821

116.2

AR

The Natural State

5

 California

Sacramento

1854

97.9

CA

Golden State

6

 Colorado

Denver

1867

153.3

CO

Centennial State

7

 Connecticut

Hartford

1875

17.3

CT

Constitution State

8

 Delaware

Dover

1777

22.4

DE

Small Wonder

9

 Florida

Tallahassee

1824

95.7

FL

Sunshine State

10

 Georgia

Atlanta

1868

133.5

GA

Peach State

11

 Hawaii

Honolulu

1845

68.4

HI

Aloha State

12

 Idaho

Boise

1865

63.8

ID

Gem State

13

 Illinois

Springfield

1837

54.0

IL

Prairie State

14

 Indiana

Indianapolis

1825

361.5

IN

Hoosier State

15

 Iowa

Des Moines

1857

75.8

IA

Hawkeye State

16

 Kansas

Topeka

1856

56.0

KS

Sunflower State

17

 Kentucky

Frankfort

1792

14.7

KY

Bluegrass State

18

 Louisiana

Baton Rouge

1880

76.8

LA

Pelican State

19

 Maine

Augusta

1832

55.4

ME

Pine Tree State

20

 Maryland

Annapolis

1694

6.73

MD

Old Line State

21

 Massachusetts

Boston

1630

89.6

MA

Bay State

22

 Michigan

Lansing

1847

35.0

MI

Great Lakes State

23

 Minnesota

Saint Paul

1849

52.8

MN

North Star State

24

 Mississippi

Jackson

1821

104.9

MS

Magnolia State

25

 Missouri

Jefferson City

1826

27.3

MO

Show-me State

26

 Montana

Helena

1875

14.0

MT

Treasure State

27

 Nebraska

Lincoln

1867

74.6

NE

Beef State

28

 Nevada

Carson City

1861

143.4

NV

Silver State

29

 New Hampshire

Concord

1808

64.3

NH

Granite State

30

 New Jersey

Trenton

1784

7.66

NJ

Garden State

31

 New Mexico

Santa Fe

1610

37.3

NM

Land of Enchantment

32

 New York

Albany

1797

21.4

NY

Empire State

33

 North Carolina

Raleigh

1792

114.6

NC

Tar Heel State

34

 North Dakota

Bismarck

1883

26.9

ND

Peace Garden State

35

 Ohio

Columbus

1816

210.3

OH

Buckeye State

36

 Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

1910

620.3

OK

Sooner State

37

 Oregon

Salem

1855

45.7

OR

Beaver State

38

 Pennsylvania

Harrisburg

1812

8.11

PA

Keystone State

39

 Rhode Island

Providence

1900

18.5

RI

The Ocean State

40

 South Carolina

Columbia

1786

125.2

SC

Palmetto State

41

 South Dakota

Pierre

1889

13.0

SD

Mount Rushmore State

42

 Tennessee

Nashville

1826

525.9

TN

Volunteer State

43

 Texas

Austin

1839

305.1

TX

Lone Star State

44

 Utah

Salt Lake City

1858

109.1

UT

Beehive State

45

 Vermont

Montpelier

1805

10.2

VT

Green Mountain State

46

 Virginia

Richmond

1780

60.1

VA

Mother of Presidents

47

 Washington

Olympia

1853

16.7

WA

Evergreen State

48

 West Virginia

Charleston

1885

31.6

WV

Mountain State

49

 Wisconsin

Madison

1838

68.7

WI

Badger State

50

 Wyoming

Cheyenne

1869

21.1

WY

Equality State

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US State list with basic information

 Alabama

Alabama is a state situated in the country's southeastern region. Alabama is the 30th most populated state in the United States of America. Alabama is also famous for its hospitality in all the Southern states. The capital city of Alabama is Montgomery, and its largest metropolitan area is Birmingham-Hoover. The Alabama State Capitol Building is located in Montgomery and is an essential landmark in the state. The Capitol Building features a Greek revival architecture style that has been a National Historic Landmark since 1960. Alabama is also renowned for its slow barbecued pork and peanuts. 

Alaska

Alaska is a state located in the United States western region and North America's far northeast extremity. Alaska is famous for its cold weather throughout the year. Alaska is also the most significant state in The United States by area; however, it is the least populated state in America. Due to Alaska's geographical location, the northern light show can only be enjoyed in this region of the country. In terms of food, Alaska is famous for its fresh fish and seafood. Oysters and Crabs are some of the most popular catches in Alaska. One of the famous architectural attractions is the Dr. Seuss House. The uniquely built infrastructure by an architect named Theodor Seuss Geisel in the middle of a forest attracts tourists for its bizarre height.

Arizona

Arizona, a state in the southeast of the United States, is world famous for the Grand Canyon and the mile-deep canyon that the Colorado River formed. The top tourist attractions are first-class ski resorts, national forests, and monuments. Arizona ranks as the 14th most populated state in the country. The state capital of Arizona is Phoenix, known for its desert-like warm weather. The Grand Canyon is the most popular tourist spot for hikers and mountain climbers. The Hoover Dam is one of the most outstanding architectural and American Engineering masterpieces. It finished its construction in 1935, bordering Lake Mead: the largest artificial lake in the USA. Arizona is widely known for its state fish, Apache trout, and famous dish, Chimichanga, i.e., a deep-fried burrito. 

Arkansas

Arkansas is situated in the country's southern region bordering the Mississippi river. Surprisingly Arkansas is primarily famous for its diamonds. It has the only public diamond mine in the world, located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The Capital of Arkansas is Little Rock. Little Rock is renowned for its lakes, rivers, and hot springs with extreme weather and frequent storms. One of the famous infrastructures in Arkansas is the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, located in Bentonville. Arkansas is also known for its Possum Pie with tons of pecans and as the first ever inventor of cheese dip. 

California

California is a western U.S. state with territorial features, including cliff-lined beaches and redwood forest. California is famous primarily for Disneyland and the Golden Gate Bridge. And, of course, the Hollywood sign is situated in Los Angeles. California is the 

most populated state in the U.S. The Capital of California is Sacramento which is responsible for producing more than half the food resources and goods for California. One of the biggest attractions of this state is the Redwoods. The beautiful forest with diverse plants and tall trees governing the woods is a place of soothing nature. The Beaches of California are another attraction for everyone. State Route 1, situated in the Big Sur, is one of the beautiful architecture California represents. California is famous for its sourdough bread and the Californian pizza that every tourist and local love. 

Colorado

Arid desert, river canyons, and the snow-capped Rocky Mountains make up the varied terrain of Colorado, a state in the west of the United States. Colorado ranks as the 22nd most populated state in the United States. Colorado is known for its dramatic big Canyons and Cliffs. The mountains are famous with tourists for hiking, climbing, and camping, along with many other outdoor activities. One of the most important infrastructures, The Colorado State Capitol, is located in Denver, Colorado's capital city. One of the most prominent museums in Colorado is also found in Denver. Colorado is known for its lambs, and Lamb Fondue is the most popular dish in the state. Colorado is also famous for its Rocky-Mountain oysters. 

Connecticut

Connecticut is the farthest southernmost state in the New England region of the United States. It is also the original home of many inventions the world sees today. Colorado made many famous inventions: the first hamburger in 1895, the Polaroid camera in 1934, and the first-ever color television in 1948. The estimated population of Connecticut is 3.61 million, making it the 22nd most populous state in the USA. Hartford is the capital city of Connecticut. The house of Mark Twain, an American writer, and humorist, is located in Hartford. The property is now an important heritage and is open to the public as a museum. Connecticut is remarkably known as the state with the best Lobster rolls. 

Delaware

Delaware is a small state in America's Mid-Atlantic region. Delaware was the only state ever to issue free-tax shopping. Delaware is also the first state to ratify the Constitution of America, and in 2002 it officially gained its recognition as "The First State" of America. It ranks as the 45th most populated state in America, with barely 1 million population. Delaware is known for its architectural and historical phenomenon with the Grand Opera House and Joseph R. Biden Jr. Railroad Station in Wilmington. As an East coastal state, Delaware makes a great state to enjoy the beach with warm sunny weather during the holidays. The state is also famous for some of the best southern homemade dishes like peach pie (their official state dish) and broiled chicken with biscuits. 

Florida

Florida is the flattest state in the southernmost region of the USA. Florida ranks as the 3rd most populated state in the United States of America. Florida is also one of the states with no income tax. The capital of Florida is Tallahassee, situated in the middle of the state. One of the great attractions of this state is Panorama Tower, located in Miami. The 85-story building expressed the gorgeous and magnificent architectural beauty of the state. Another popular destination is Palm Beach town in the west of Florida. The city also represents the architectural development of America as most of the infrastructures are built in the vintage renaissance style of Mediterranean Revival and Mission Revival. The state's most famous food is the Florida stone crabs. Florida also became the freshest and juiciest orange provider in the country. 

Georgia

The state is situated in the southeastern region of the country. It is also known as the Peach State for being the country's number producer of peaches, peanuts, and pecans. The state is also the origin where the invention of Coca-Cola took place in the capital city, Atlanta, in 1886. Georgia ranks as the 8th most populated state in America. Georgia is also the home of the Historic District of Savannah. It is the largest National Heritage Landmark of America. Savannah is also known for its historical architecture and the iconic Georgian mansions beside the coast. One of the famous dishes in Georgia since the 18th century is the Breakfast grits. Grits is made with grown corn and hominy, and the dish is an appreciation to the corn farmers in a unique way. Georgia is also the home of smoked BBQ ribs and roasted chicken, which the Atlanta people call soul food. 

Hawaii

The state is situated in the western region of the United States. Hawaii comprises around 137 volcanic islands forming a separate archipelago on the Pacific Ocean. There is an about 1.5 million people living in Hawaii, making it the 40th most populous state in the U.S. The islands of Hawaii are often compared with heaven for their tropical weather and clear ocean view. Honolulu is the Capital of Hawaii's capital and its principal port for trade. One of Hawaii's important and historical landmarks lies on Honolulu Island called "The Mauna ʻAla," which is also the resting location of Hawaii's 2 major ruling houses, the Kalaua and Kamehameha dynasties.Their most popular food is a Poke bowl. It is a rice dish with various chopped vegetables and diced raw fish or semi-cooked shellfish. 

Idaho

Idaho is situated in the northwestern region of the United States of America. The state is famous for its mountains, forests, outdoor activities, and recreation sites. Idaho ranks as the 38th most populated state in America. Boise is the Capital of Idaho, famous for the Boise River Greenbelt and the Boise Art museum. One famous landmark and architectural phenomenon of Idaho is the I.B Perrine Memorial Bridge, completed in 1976. Idaho is also renowned for its Sandpoint town. The town is said to be the most beautiful in America because of is surrounded by the Cabinet Mountains guarding Lake Pend Oreille. Regarding food, Idaho is famous for its potatoes all over the country. The state is also proud of its red trout fish, which can only be found in Idaho apart from Toronto, Canada. 

Illinois

 Illinois is a Midwestern state in the United States. The largest city is Chicago, but Springfield is the Capital of Illinois. Illinois ranks as the 6th most populated state in America. The state is famous for its contribution to America's automobile industry. One of the important landmarks in Illinois is the Art Institute of Chicago, confining world-known art and history. Illinois is famous for its pies, and its state dish is known to be Pumpkin Pie. The state's capital is famous for its unique Chicago deep-dish pizza.  

Indiana

Indiana is situated in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is the 17th most populous state in America. Indiana is known for originating many Professional Basketball stars such as Larry Bird and Louie Dampier. The state also holds America's second largest Automotive Industry. Indianapolis is the Capital of Indiana. The Indiana State Capitol is located in Indianapolis. The form is famous for its unique food combination, like Shrimp Cocktails with horseradish sauce and Chicken and Waffles.  

Iowa

Iowa is a Midwestern U.S. state between Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Iowa ranks as the 31st most populated state in the country. The state's capital is Des Moines, where one of the famous landmarks, the Des Moines Art Center, is located. Iowa is the no.1 pork producer in the whole country. The state is renowned for its breaded pork tenderloin and sour cream raisin pie.

Kansas

The 'sunflower' state is situated in the Midwestern region of the U.S. Kansas is the 35th most populous state in the country. The capital city of Kansas is Topeka. Kansas is known for its frequent tornadoes and storms. One of the important architectural landmarks of Kansas, the Chase County Courthouse, lies on Cottonwood Falls. Kansas is also renowned for its BBQ pork ribs and sandwiches.  

Kentucky:

Kentucky is a southeastern bounded state in the U.S. Kentucky is the 26th most populated state in America. Frankfort is the state's capital and the home of the Kentucky Capitol Building. The form is widely popular for horse racing and the 2-week long race festival. Kentucky is home to the worldwide franchise KFC, i.e., the Kentucky fried Chicken. The official state dish of Kentucky is the Burgoo stew. 

Louisiana:

The state is situated in the country's southeastern region on the Gulf of Mexico. The state is known for its rich mix of cultures and jazz music. Louisiana is the 25th most populous state in the country. The Louisiana State House lies in the state's capital city, Baton Rouge. Louisiana is famous for its Cajun and Creole cuisine. Their official state dish is a bowl of Gumbo soup. 

Maine

Maine is located in the northeastern region of the U.S. With less than 2 million populations, Maine ranks as the 42nd of most populous state. The capital city of Maine is Augusta. The state is known for its beautiful scenery of the coastline and pristine forests. One of the crucial landmarks of Maine is the historic lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth, known as the Portland Head Light. Maine is famous for its fresh sweet lobsters.

Maryland

Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state surrounded by abundant waterways. Maryland ranks as the 18th most populated state in America. Annapolis is the capital city of Maryland. The city is also where the classical domed Maryland State Capitol resides. Maryland is also where the American national anthem was born. The state is famous for its Blue steamed crabs and crab cake. 

Massachusetts

The state is situated in the New England region of the Northeastern United States. With more than 7 million people, the state ranks as the 15th most populated state in the country. The city of Boston is the Capital of Massachusetts, where the Boston Marathon is held every year. One of the famous landmarks of Massachusetts is the Springfield Union Station. The state is renowned for its Baked Navy Beans and Clam Chowder. 

Michigan

Michigan is a Midwestern regional state of the U.S. Michigan ranks as the 10th most populated state in America. Lansing is the capital city of Michigan, where the State Capitol Building resides. Michigan is known to be the home of the automobile industry in the U.S. It is also famous for the great view of the Great Lakes shorelines. Michigan is widely renowned for its Detroit-style pizza. 

Minnesota

Minnesota is situated in the Midwestern region of the U.S., bordering Canada and Lake Superior. The state ranks 22nd among the most populous in America. Saint Paul is the state capital of Minnesota. It's also the home of the famous landmark, the Science Museum of Minnesota. Minnesota is known for its 10000 lakes, which is greater than any other state. Minnesota is renowned for its wild rice state grain and Swedish meatballs. 

Mississippi

Mississippi is a state located in the southern region of the U.S. With less than 3 million of population, the state ranks as the 34th most populous in the country. The state's capital city is Jackson, the most populated city in Mississippi. One of the state's historical landmarks is the McRaven House in Vicksburg, built-in 1797. The official state dish of Mississippi is a sweet plate of butter cookies. 

Missouri

This state is situated in the Midwestern region of the U.S. With more than 6 million people, the state ranks as the 19th most populated state in America. Missouri is known for its strong agricultural industry. The Capital of Missouri is Jefferson City. One of the iconic landmarks and the architectural phenomenon is the 630-foot-tall Gateway Arch, built in 1963 in St. Louis. Missouri is widely known for its state grapes and staple dish of toasted ravioli. 

Montana

Montana is a western regional state of the U.S. Montana is one of the least populated states ranking 44th most populated state in America. Montana is famous for its natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and abundant mineral resources. Helena is the capital city of the state. One of the famous architectural landmarks of Montana is the Original Governor's Mansion, located in Helena. Montana is known to have the best beef in the country. Thus their staple and the official dish is a steak meal. 

Nebraska:

Nebraska is a Midwestern state in the United States of America. With almost 2 million population, Nebraska ranks as the 37th most populous state in America. The state's capital city is Lincoln, which is also where the Nebraska State Building resides, also known as the Lincoln Building. The agreed official state dish of Nebraska is a Runza Sandwich, a unique fancy hot pocket. 

·Nevada

Nevada is a state in the country's western region. It is the 32nd most populous state in America. Carson City is the state's capital, but Las Vegas is the most populous city in the state. Nevada is famous for its desert landscapes and valleys. One of the critical architectural buildings and tourist attractions is the Fleischmann Planetarium, built in 1963 in Reno, Nevada. Some of the staple dishes in Nevada State are the Bone-in Ribeye Steak and Shrimp cocktail, which both were founded in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

New Hampshire:

New Hampshire is a northeastern state in the New England region of the U.S. The state is also known to be the Switzerland of America. It is famous for its rocky granite formations and quarries. New Hampshire ranks as the 41st most populous state in the country. Concord is the capital city of New Hampshire and the home of the New Hampshire State House. 

The state is also renowned for its invention of apple cider donuts. The state is also full of fresh lobsters, crabs, and shellfish. 

New Jersey

New Jersey is a northeastern state near the Atlantic coast. With almost 10 million population, New Jersey ranks as the 11th most populous state in America. The capital city of New Jersey is Trenton city. One of the famous landmarks in New Jersey is the Twin Lights Historic Site, built in 1949 in Highlands, NJ. One of the favorite and iconic dishes in New Jersey is the pork Rolled sandwiches invented in 1856. The state is also renowned for its fresh blueberries. 

New Mexico

New Mexico is a state in the southwestern region of the U.S. The state is renowned for its Rocky Mountains and diverse landscapes. With around 2 million of population, the state ranks as the 36th most populous region in America. Santa Fe is the capital city of New Mexico and a Spanish colony founded in 1610. One of the essential landmarks of the state is the White Sand National Park. The vast white dunes are popular among tourists worldwide and in America. Many fusion dishes are staples in every household in New Mexico. One of the popular dishes is Beef and Chicken enchiladas with tamales.

New York

New York is a northeastern regional state of America. Although New York State is linked with New York City, the official capital of the region is Albany city. With more than 20 million people, New York ranks as the 4th most populated state in the U.S. One of the important landmarks and architectural phenomena of the state is the Empire State Building. It is located in the Manhattan of N.Y. city. Another iconic landmark is the Statue of Liberty which stands on the N.Y. harbor of the town. Among many cuisines, New York is famous for coming up with its recipe for dishes. Some of the many favorite dishes are New York-style Pizza, Bagels, and Cheesecake. 

North Carolina

North Carolina is situated in the southeastern U.S. The state is famous for its Smoky Mountain View and Sea Beaches. With an approximate 10.5 million population, the state ranks as America's 9th most populous region. Raleigh is the capital city of the southern state. The state is renowned for the inventive Wright brothers, and one of the famous landmarks is the Wright Brothers National Memorial located in Kill Devil Hills town of North Carolina. North Carolina is renowned for its southern BBQ style and staple Fried-Chicken steak. 

North Dakota

North Dakota is a Midwestern regional state of America. The state is popular for the dry-rocky mountainous terrains and warm weather in the Badlands. With less than a million people, North Dakota ranks as the 47th of most populous state in the country. The Capital of North Dakota is Bismarck city. One of the state's iconic landmarks would be the World's Largest Buffalo monument, built in 1959 in Jamestown, North Dakota. North Dakota is known for their red meat, and thus the state's official dish is called Chislic. It is skewered cubed red meat, mostly lamb or mutton. 

Ohio

Ohio is situated in the Midwestern region of the United States. With a population of nearly 12 million, the state ranks as the 7th most populous in the country. The state capital of Ohio is Columbus city. The important landmark of the Ohio State House is also located here. Ohio is mainly known for its most prominent city; Cleveland is also called the Global city of the state. The Roll Hall of Fame and the Cleveland National Museum are some of the main tourist attractions. Ohio is famous for its Buckeyes candy all over the country, which is named after the state's football team. 

Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a state located in the south-central region of the U.S. The state is famous for its booming agriculture and energy industries. With an approximate 4 million population, the state ranks as the 28th most populated region of America. The state's Capital is Oklahoma City. One of the historical landmarks of Oklahoma is the Cherokee National Capitol, now known as the Cherokee Nation Courthouse was built in 1869 in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Oklahoma is renowned for its black-eyed peas and cornbread. The state is also famous for its BBQ and fried okra dish 

Oregon

Oregon is the Pacific Northwestern state situated in the western region of the U.S. The state is known for its natural beauty and urban charms. It ranks as the 27th most populous state in America. The capital city is Portland. One of the popular attractions and natural landmarks is the Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach. One of The historical Pittock mansion built is situated in downtown Portland, built-in 1914. Oregon is renowned for its Marionberries, and the popular food staples are Marionberries pie and milkshake.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is a Mid-Atlantic northeastern state in the U.S. With more than 13 million people, and it ranks as the 5th most populated state in the country. Harrisburg is the capital city of Pennsylvania. One of the historical landmarks is the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The state is known for inventing the original cheese steak sandwich.

Rhode Island

It is a state in the New England region of the U.S. With less than 2 million population, the state ranks 43rd position of the most populated state in the country. The island is famous for its naturally beautiful sandy seashore and offshore colonial towns. Also known to make fine silverware and jewelry. Providence is the Capital City of Rhode Island, and the Rhode Island State House is in Providence. Rhode Island is famous for its fresh calamari, and the official staple dish is fried calamari.

South Carolina

It is a southeastern state in the United States. South Carolina is known for its subtropical beaches and Sea Islands. The popular one is Myrtle Beach. It ranks as the 23rd most populous state in the country. Columbia is the capital city of South Carolina, although the most influential city is Charleston, with many historical landmarks. One of them is the Pineapple fountain in Charleston. The state is famous for its southern cuisine; thus, the official state dish is the good old shrimp and grits. 

South Dakota

It is a Midwestern state in the U.S. With less than 1 million people, it ranks as the 46th most populated state in the country. Pierre is the capital city of South Dakota. The state is famous for the Black Hills National park with two historical monuments. One of the architectural landmarks is the Adam's House Museum, situated in Deadwood, SD. The state is known for its unique combination of food, and the most famous combination is Chili and cinnamon rolls.

Tennessee

The state is situated in the Southeastern landlocked region of the country. It is famous for its country music and whiskey. It is the 16th most populous state in the U.S. The Capital City of Tennessee is Nashville. One of the famous landmarks is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The state is renowned for producing musicians like Elvis Presley and Dolly Parton. Tennessee is popular for its traditional moon cake and country ham delicacy.

Texas

It is a south central regional state of America. Texas is known for its warm and humid weather. With almost 30 million people, the state ranks as the 2nd most populated state in the country. Austin is the capital city of Texas. One of the historical landmarks is the fortress of San Antonio's Alamo, built in the 18th century. The state is widely popular for its Texas brisket sandwich and Texan BBQ.

Utah

Utah is a west mountainous sub-region in the western U.S. It is a landlocked state. It is the 30th most populated state in America. The capital of the state is Salt Lake City. It is a popular destination for snow skiing. The State House of Utah is also located in Salt Lake City. One of the important natural landmarks of Utah is the Canyon Delicate Arch. The state is famous for its pickle burger, and the official state dessert is jello. 

Vermont

It is a Northeastern state of the United States. Vermont is known for its natural forested landscape. The state is the 2nd least populated state in America. Montpellier is the capital city of Vermont. The 1859 Vermont state House has situated in Montpellier. The state is the top producer of maple syrup, and thus the staple dish of the state is snow pancakes with maple syrup.

Virginia

Virginia is a Southeastern state of the United States. The state is known for the Appalachian Trail and its mountainous landscape. It ranks as the 12th most populous state in America. The Capital of Virginia is the Richmond City. Virginia's historical landmark, the Government State House, is in Richmond. Virginia is famous for its blue crabs and oysters, given the tropical area.

Washington

It is a Pacific Northwestern state in the U.S. Washington is known for its ocean view and volcanic mountain. The state ranks as the 13th most populous region in America. The Capital City of Washington is Olympia. One of the architectural and technological landmarks of the state is the Space Needle, located in the Seattle center. Washington is also known for their various types of fresh salmon, clams, and coastal seafood.

West Virginia

West Virginia is an Eastern state of the U.S. It is known for its mountains, hills, and valleys. West Virginia is also known as the Mountain State of America. It is the 39th most populated state in the U.S. The Capital of West Virginia is the Charleston City. The two historical landmarks, State West Virginia Capitol Building and the Governor's House, are in Charleston. The state is famous for its special pepperoni rolls and Virginia peanuts.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin is a Midwestern U.S. state known for the two American Great Lakes. With almost 6 million population, the state ranks as the 20th most populous region in the country. The capital city of Wisconsin is Madison. However, the largest city in the state is Milwaukee. The famous architectural landmark of the Milwaukee Art Museum is situated here. Wisconsin is widely known to be the "dairy-land state" of America. The state is renowned for its variety of cheese and dairy products.

Wyoming

Wyoming is a mountainous West sub-region of the western U.S. The state is famous for its national preserved parks and the largest hot spring in the country. Wyoming is the least populated state in America. The Capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne city. The historical landmark of the Old West Museum is located in Cheyenne. The state is widely famous for cutthroat trout and lamb steaks.

 

 

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