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Salt Lake City - geography.

Salt Lake City - geography. I INTRODUCTION Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City is the capital of the state of Utah. This view of the downtown skyline at night features the Mormon Temple, completed in 1893, and the Wasatch Mountains rising behind the city. Salt Lake City Convention and Visitors Bureau - geography. Salt...

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Portland - geography.

Portland - geography. I INTRODUCTION Portland, Oregon Portland is the largest city in Oregon. The skyline, seen here across the Willamette River, features some of the state's most unique architecture. The building in the center is the KOIN tower. Also visible is the large public park along the waterfront. Steve Terrill - geography. Portland, city...

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Pittsburgh - geography.

Pittsburgh - geography. I INTRODUCTION Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania's second largest city. It is located at the junction of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in the southwestern part of the state. Fort Pitt Bridge, shown at right, leads to Pittsburgh's main business area, called the Golden Triangle. The Fort Pitt Bridge is one of 720...

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Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography.

Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Phoenix Skyline Sprawling neighborhoods with low-rise housing surround the high-rise towers of downtown Phoenix. The proximity of the Phoenix airport to downtown has placed height restrictions on buildings. VisionsofAmerica/Joe Sohm /Getty Images - geography. Phoenix (city, Arizona), capital city of Arizona and seat of Maricopa County, located on...

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Oklahoma City - geography.

Oklahoma City - geography. Oklahoma City, city in central Oklahoma, lying on a level plain on both sides of the North Canadian River. It is the capital of the state and seat of Oklahoma County, and is also in Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties. In addition to being the seat of the state government, Oklahoma City is...

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Oklahoma City - geography.

Oklahoma City - geography. Oklahoma City, city in central Oklahoma, lying on a level plain on both sides of the North Canadian River. It is the capital of the state and seat of Oklahoma County, and is also in Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties. In addition to being the seat of the state government, Oklahoma City is...

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New Orleans - geography.

New Orleans - geography. I INTRODUCTION French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana The Vieux Carré, or French Quarter, in New Orleans, Louisiana, marks the site of the city's original settlement, established by French explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne in 1718. The architecture of the area, such as the Bourbon Street restaurant shown here, contains elements of both...

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New Orleans - geography.

New Orleans - geography. I INTRODUCTION French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana The Vieux Carré, or French Quarter, in New Orleans, Louisiana, marks the site of the city's original settlement, established by French explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne in 1718. The architecture of the area, such as the Bourbon Street restaurant shown here, contains elements of both...

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Nashville - geography.

Nashville - geography. I INTRODUCTION Grand Ole Opry, Tennessee The Grand Ole Opry, a popular performance hall, is located in Opryland USA, an entertainment complex and theme park outside Nashville. Credited with popularizing country music, the Opry began broadcasting in 1925 and won a national radio network spot in 1939. It is the oldest continuous radio...

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Minneapolis - geography.

Minneapolis - geography. I INTRODUCTION Minneapolis City Hall The Minneapolis City Hall was completed in the early 1900s. Its striking Romanesque-style architecture features many imposing towers and turrets. John Elk III/Bruce Coleman, Inc. - geography. Minneapolis, city in southeastern Minnesota. The seat of Hennepin County, the city is located by the Falls of Saint Anthony,...

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Milwaukee - geography.

Milwaukee - geography. I INTRODUCTION Milwaukee, Wisconsin The city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is an important port as well as a center for manufacturing and agriculture. The location was settled by Native Americans long before the arrival of Europeans. The name comes from a Potawatomi word, Mahn-ah-wauk, meaning "gathering place by water." Miles Ertman/Masterfile - geography.

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Miami (Florida) - geography.

Miami (Florida) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Miami, Florida Miami is one of the largest cities in Florida and an important center for tourism, finance, and manufacturing. It also serves as a gateway between the United States and countries in Latin America. Corbis - geography. Miami (Florida), city in Florida. The seat of Miami-Dade County, Miami...

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Memphis (Tennessee) - geography.

Memphis (Tennessee) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Riverboats at Memphis The city in Tennessee with the largest population, Memphis sits at the confluence of the Wolf and Mississippi rivers. Because of its location, Memphis functions as Tennessee's most important river port, transporting cargo up and down the Mississippi. The state's waterways are also a source of recreation...

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Los Angeles - geography.

Los Angeles - geography. I INTRODUCTION Los Angeles, California The Los Angeles metropolitan area acts as a center for the motion picture, radio and television broadcasting, and music recording industries. Many large corporations and financial institutions also use Los Angeles as their headquarters. Bill Varie/Corbis - geography. Los Angeles, city in southern California, the most...

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Las Vegas (Nevada) - geography.

Las Vegas (Nevada) - geography. I INTRODUCTION The Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada The Strip is a neon-lined portion of Las Vegas Boulevard featuring extravagant casinos and large hotels. The MGM Grand Hotel and Theme Park was the largest hotel in the world when it opened in 1993. Other attractions on The Strip include the Paris...

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Kansas City (Missouri) - geography.

Kansas City (Missouri) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri, is one of the country's most important centers of commerce and transportation. Originally settled as a furtrading post in 1821, Kansas City is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. It boasts a carefully planned network of urban parks...

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Jacksonville (Florida) - geography.

Jacksonville (Florida) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville, Florida's largest city, lies along the banks of the Saint Johns River. The city is the economic, cultural, and medical center for both northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia. The ALLTEL stadium, in the foreground, is home to the Jacksonville Jaguars football team. Alan Schein/Corbis - geography.

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Indianapolis - geography.

Indianapolis - geography. I INTRODUCTION Indianapolis Skyline The skyline of Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana, rises beyond the city's historic Central Canal. Indianapolis serves as a commercial and cultural center in this productive agricultural state. Andre Jenny/The Image Works - geography. Indianapolis, city in the geographical center of Indiana and capital of the state. It...

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Houston - geography.

Houston - geography. I INTRODUCTION Houston, Texas Houston is the largest city in Texas and one of the largest in the United States. The city has grown into an important financial and petrochemical-manufacturing center. The central business district, seen here, serves as a hub for the national petroleum industry. Sam C. Pierson, Jr./Photo Researchers, Inc. -...

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Honolulu - geography.

Honolulu - geography. I INTRODUCTION Waikiki Beach, Hawaii Honolulu is a popular destination for tourists because of its warm temperatures, sunny skies, and beautiful beaches. The beach at Waikiki has many hotels along its edge and good beaches for people to enjoy. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Honolulu, city, capital of Hawaii...

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Detroit - geography.

Detroit - geography. I INTRODUCTION Detroit, city in southeastern Michigan and seat of Wayne County. Detroit, the largest city in the state, is one of the nation's leading industrial centers and one of the world's leading corporate headquarters for the automobile industry. The automobile industry gave Detroit its nickname, The Motor City. Its official name, Detroit,...

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Denver - geography.

Denver - geography. I INTRODUCTION Denver, Colorado Denver is the capital of Colorado and the seat of Denver County. This view of the skyline shows the Rocky Mountains in the background. P. Barry Levy/ProFiles West - geography. Denver, city in north central Colorado, capital of the state and its largest city. Denver is the commercial,...

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Dallas (Texas) - geography.

Dallas (Texas) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Dallas Skyline Most of the skyscrapers in Dallas, Texas, were constructed during an oil boom in the 1970s and 1980s. The tallest is the 72-story Bank of America Plaza (1985), center. The 50-story Reunion Tower, in front of it, was built in 1978, with a revolving restaurant and observation deck...

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Columbus (Ohio) - geography.

Columbus (Ohio) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Columbus Downtown Columbus, Ohio, hovers over the Scioto River. The Scioto is the longest and widest river in the United States lying totally within a state's borders. Randy Wells Photography - geography. Columbus (Ohio), largest city in Ohio, capital of the state and seat of Franklin County. While most...

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Cleveland (Ohio) - geography.

Cleveland (Ohio) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Cleveland Skyline Three skyscrapers dominate the downtown skyline of Cleveland, Ohio's largest city. From left to right, they are the Key Tower, BP (British Petroleum) Tower, and Terminal Tower. The Terminal Tower, completed in 1929, was for several decades the tallest building in the United States west of New York.

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