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A country in North America.

∇ Location: view on Google Maps

USA at EXPO 202 Dubai

USA: filming locations on 40thousandkm movies


USA is a federal republic of:

  • 50 states,
  • a federal district: Washington, D.C. (the District of Columbia / Washington / D.C.)
  • 5 territories:
    • American Samoa (AS) in Polynesia, capital: Pago Pago,
    • Guam (GU) in Micronesia, capital: Hagåtña,
    • Northern Mariana Islands (MP) in Micronesia, capital: Saipan,
    • Puerto Rico (PR) in Caribbean, capital: San Juan,
    • U.S. Virgin Islands (VI) in Caribbean, capital: Charlotte;
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands: eight United States insular areas in the Pacific Ocean (Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman Reef, Midway Atoll, Palmyra Atoll, and Wake Island) and one in the Caribbean Sea (Navassa Island).

STATES (50)


Alabama (AL) – capital: Montgomery, largest city: Huntsville, largest metro and urban areas: Greater Birmingham

Alaska (AK) – capital: Juneau, largest city: Anchorage

Arizona (AZ) – capital: Phoenix

Arkansas (AR) – capital: Little Rock, largest metro and urban areas: Central Arkansas

California (CA) – capital: Sacramento, largest city: Los Angeles

Colorado (CO) – capital: Denver

Connecticut (CT) – capital: Hartfort, largest city: Bridgeport, largest metro and urban areas: New York (combined)

Delaware (DE) – capital: Dover, largest city: Wilmington, largest metro and urban areas: Delaware Valley

Florida (FL) – capital: Tallahassee, largest city: Jacksonville, largest metro and urban areas: Miami

Georgia (GA) – capital: Atlanta

Hawaii (HI) – capital: Honolulu

Idaho (ID) – capital: Boise

Illinois (IL) – capital: Springfield, largest city: Chicago

Indiana (IN) – capital: Indianapolis

Iowa (IA) – capital: Des Moines

Kansas (KS) – capital: Topeka, largest city: Wichita, largest metro and urban areas: Kansas portion of Kansas City, MO-KS

Kentucky (KY) – capital: Frankfort, largest city: Louisville

Louisiana (LA) – capital: Baton Rouge, largest city: New Orleans

Maine (ME) – capital: Augusta, largest city: Portland

Maryland (MD) – capital: Annapolis, largest city: Baltimore, largest metro and urban areas: Washington–Baltimore (combined)

Massachusetts (MA) – capital: Boston

Michigan (MI) – capital: Lansing, largest city: Detroit

Minnesota (MN) – capital: Saint Paul, largest city: Minneapolis

Mississippi (MS) – capital: Jackson

Missouri (MO) – capital: Jefferson City, largest city: Kansas City, largest metro and urban areas: Greater St. Louis

Montana (MT) – capital:Helena, largest city: Billings

Nebraska (NE) – capital: Lincoln, largest city: Omaha

Nevada (NV) – capital: Carson City, largest city: Las Vegas

New Hampshire (NH) – capital: Concord, largest city: Manchester, largest metro and urban areas: Greater Boston

New Jersey (NJ) – capital: Trenton, largest city: Newark, largest metro and urban areas: New York

New Mexico (NM) – capital: Santa Fe, largest city: Albuquerque

New York (NY) – capital: Albany, largest city: New York City

North Carolina (NC) – capital: Raleigh, largest city: Charlotte

North Dakota (ND) – capital: Bismarck, largest city: Fargo

Ohio (OH) – capital: Columbus, largest metro and urban areas: Greater Cleveland (combined and urban), Cincinnati (metro)

Oklahoma (OK) – capital: Oklahoma City

Oregon (OR) – capital: Salem, largest city: Portland

Pennsylvania (PA) – capital: Harrisburg, largest city: Philadelphia

Rhode Island (RI) – capital: Providence, largest metro and urban areas: Greater Boston

South Carolina (SC) – capital: Columbia, largest city Charleston

South Dakota (SD) – capital: Pierre, largest city: Sioux Falls

Tennessee (TN) – capital: Nashville, largest metro and urban areas: Nashville (combined and metro), Memphis (urban)

Texas (TX) – capital: Austin, largest city: Houston, largest metro and urban areas: Dallas–Fort Worth

Utah (UT) – capital: Salt Lake City

Vermont (VT) – capital: Montpelier, largest city: Burlington

Virginia (VA) – capital: Richmond, largest city: Virginia Beach, largest metro and urban areas Washington–Baltimore (combined)

Washington (WA) – capital: Olympia, largest city: Seattle

West Virginia (WV) – capital: Charleston

Wisconsin (WI) – capital: Madison, largest city: Milwaukee

Wyoming (WY) – capital: Cheyenne


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