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The United States occupies almost half of the surface of the subcontinent; politically, it includes two other vast regions, Alaska (the northwestern end of Canada, overlooking the Arctic Ocean) and the Hawaiian archipelago. The continental territory to the S of the Canadian border, conventionally marked for the most part by the parallel of 49º latitude N, has a double oceanic opening; the border with Mexico for a long stretch corresponds to the course of the Rio Grande. The division of states within the federation is also essentially based on geometric borders, defined according to the needs of the settlers and cadastral needs. After the expansion phase undertaken in the nineteenth century that led to the acquisition of new territories and the admission of new member states, and the American Civil War, which ended with the abolition of slavery, with the Spanish-American war and the first world war, the US confirmed the country’s status as a military power. But it was with the Second World War that they established themselves as a global superpower, status they maintained during the Cold War and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, also thanks to the ability to impose their leadership on an economic and cultural level. With the new millennium, there were several factors that threatened to hinder American supremacy. On the one hand, the growth of the economies of the Asian-Pacific area (China in the lead), on the other hand, the armed interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan as a result of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, which had proved to be very heavy in terms of human and financial costs. On the domestic front, Barack Obama, the first president of African American origin, after his re-election in 2012 achieved successes such as the approval of a health reform that constitutes an epochal turning point for the American welfare system, while the economic recovery seemed to consolidate after the worst recession after the war, even if a substantial segment of the population was still experiencing the consequences of the speculative bubble that ruined thousands of families. Problems persisted in the field of foreign policy, especially in relations with Arab countries, especially after the changes in 2011. New contradictions arose with the main US allies in the region, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries, which actively supported the Islamist movements opposed by the United States and its Western allies. In 2017 the Republican candidate was elected to the presidency of the United States Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries, which actively supported the Islamist movements opposed by the United States and its Western allies. In 2017 the Republican candidate was elected to the presidency of the United States Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries, which actively supported the Islamist movements opposed by the United States and its Western allies. In 2017 the Republican candidate was elected to the presidency of the United States Donald Trump, whose political action was characterized on the domestic front by the attempt to contain immigration and on the foreign front by the economic rivalry with China and the hostility towards Iran. According to COUNTRYAAH, United States is a nation in North America, the capital city of which is Washington, D. C.. The latest population of United States is 331,002,662. TRANSPORTHINT: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in United States, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.

United States Road Network

The Interstate Highway network. The ‘High Five Interchange’ in Dallas, Texas. According to wholevehicles, the road network in the United States is extensive, with approximately 11.5 million kilometers of public roads, two-thirds of which are in urban areas. This includes approximately 108,000 kilometers of highways, which are largely formed by the Interstate Highways, but also… Read More »

Green River College

AUBURN, USA Brief information Green River College is named for the Green River, which flows through the city of Auburn, and functions as a two-year, public college. It offers its international students various degrees in academic programs with which they can, if they wish, go on to a university and complete the third and fourth… Read More »

Foothill College

LOS ALTOS HILLS, UNITED STATES Brief information Foothill College is one of the premier community colleges in the United States. In association with its sister college, De Anza College, it has consistently been ranked among the top two-year colleges in the United States for the past 40 years. The teachers are experts in their field… Read More »

De Anza College

CUPERTINO, UNITED STATES Brief information Named after Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza, De Anza College is one of the premier community colleges in the United States. Along with its sister institution, Foothill College, it has consistently been ranked among the top two-year colleges in the United States for the past few decades. Check phonecations for… Read More »

Colorado Mesa University

GRAND JUNCTION, UNITED STATES Brief information Colorado Mesa University was founded in 1925 as Grand Junction State Junior College and changed its name to Mesa College twelve years later. After first awarding bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 1973 and 1996, Mesa State College achieved university status in 2011 and has been known by its current… Read More »

New York Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) New York State offers a variety of things to see and do, including the Adirondacks and Catskill Mountains, the pristine Finger Lakes area, the Hudson River Valley, Niagara Falls, Long Island beaches and resorts, the Thousand Islands (St. Lawrence River/Seaway area), the historic Big a lady’s suitcase, and, of course, New… Read More »

New Mexico Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some major ones) Carlsbad Caverns, Chaco Canyon, Roswell International UFO Museum, Indian cliff lodging, Sandia Peak Tramway, Santa Fe, Taos, White Sands, a wide assortment of monuments, and of course, magnificent New Mexico scenery. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of New Mexico, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. CITY ATTRACTIONS:… Read More »

New Jersey Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) New Jersey’s beaches, casinos, historic sites, gardens and moutains make it a desirable destination for all travelers. Favorite attractions include Atlantic City and the Boardwalk, New Jersey Battleship, Cape May, Revolutionary War battlefield sites, the Jersey Shore and more. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of New Jersey, including state… Read More »

New Hampshire Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some major ones) Breathtaking scenery and plenty of outdoor activities and adventures help make New Hampshire a favorite travel destination. Some of the most popular sites within the state include Lake Winnipesaukee, the historic towns of Concord and Portsmouth, the White Mountain National Forest and its many ski areas. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the… Read More »

Nevada Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some major ones) Colorado River and Hoover Dam – Mid Reservoir area, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Reno, recreation areas at Pyramid Lake, historic Virginia City, Red Rock Canyon, Great Basin National Park, and much, much more more. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Nevada, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics.… Read More »

Nebraska Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Chimney Mountain Historic Site; State Capital Building at Lincoln and the University of Nebraska; Omaha and it’s numerous cultural events and family entertainment options; Bluff Scotts National Monument, and much, much more. For additional attractions and points of interest, follow the links shown below. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state… Read More »

Montana Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Glacier National Park, Little Bighorn Battlefield and National Monument, Ski Resorts, Yellowstone National Park, and much, much more. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Montana, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. For additional attractions and points of interest, follow the links below. AGREEMENT AND VISITOR’S OFFICE: billings… Read More »

Missouri Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Branson Entertainment Venues ; jazz clubs, shopping and steaks in Kansas City; Gate Arch, Italian food and many interesting places in St. Louis; Mark Twain’s experience of Hannibal; the Truman home and museum sites at Independence; Lake of Ozark family vacation opportunities, and professional baseball, football and hockey games. For additional… Read More »

Minnesota Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Bundary Waters Region, Itasca National Park and the headwaters of the Mississippi River, Red River Valley, North Shore, sparkingly Minneapolis and historic St. Paul, Ice Ridge Trail and the Santa Cruz River, to name but a few. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Minnesota, including state history, geography, population,… Read More »

Michigan Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Michigan is surrounded by the Great Lakes and home to the world’s longest freshwater coastline. Here you will find countless miles of beaches, more than 100 lighthouses and numerous (marine) historical points of interest. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Michigan, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics.… Read More »

Massachusetts Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Massachusetts has all the diverse features that are typical of the New England area, and it has been widely considered the center of American Colonial and Revolutionary War history. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Massachusetts, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. In addition to the breathtaking… Read More »

Maryland Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Maryland, the birthplace of “The Star-Spangled Banner”, America’s National Anthem, offers a wide variety of things to see or do. Top points of interest include Antietam National Battlefield; the picturesque Blue Ridge and Alleghenies; Assatigou Island National Seashore; Inner Harbor of Baltimore; areas of the Chesapeake Bay; Harper’s Ferry, Fort McHenry… Read More »

Maine Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Maine offers countless things to see and do, regardless of the time of year. Popular outdoor activities include fishing, kayaking, swimming, AMD ski snowboarding. In addition, visitors will thoroughly enjoy Maine’s historic sites, homes and museums. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Maine, including state history, geography, population, economy,… Read More »

Louisiana Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Civilian battlefields and hundreds of historic sites, plantation tours, bayou fishing venues, the stylish capital city of Baton Rouge, Cajun County, Lake Charles, swamp tours, zydeco music and of course the incredible city of New Orleans – to name just a few. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Louisiana,… Read More »

Kentucky Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Kentucky’s most visited attractions include the Blue Grass area and its thoroughbred horse farms, Churchill Downs and Louisville, Cumberland Gap National Park, “Land Between the Lakes” National Recreation Area, Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace near Hodgenville, Mammoth Cave, and Shaker Village of Pleasant Village. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Kentucky,… Read More »

Kansas Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) the Amelia Earhart Museum in Atchison ; the Eisenhower Center in Abilene; State Capital building in Topeka; Dodge City’s western history, and the state’s largest city, Wichita, to name but a few. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Kansas, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. For additional… Read More »

Iowa Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) The Amana Colonies, Crystal Lake Cave, the Capitol, and points of interest both along the Mormon Tray and along the historic Lewis and Clark Tray, to name but a few. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Iowa, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. For more attractions and… Read More »

Indiana Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some top ones) Some of Indiana ‘s most popular attractions include Amish Country, College Football Hall of Fame, Lincoln’s Children’s Log Cabin home, Indiana Dunes, Indianapolis Freeway and Museum, Southern Indiana Caverns and Falls, and Tippecanoe Battlefield Memorial Park. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Indiana, including state history, geography, population, economy,… Read More »

Illinois Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Illinois offers a diverse array of attractions including statewide historical points of interest, professional sports (baseball, basketball, soccer, and football), non-stop shopping venues, summer and winter outdoor activities, a growing viticulture and wine region, and world-class museums. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Illinois, including state history, geography, population,… Read More »

Idaho Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some major ones) Craters of Lunar National Monument, Hell Canyon, Lake Oreille and Coeur d’Alena, Shoshone Falls, river rafting and winter skiing venues, Seven Devils area and beautiful Sun Valley – to name only some. Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Idaho, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics. For more… Read More »

Georgia Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) Georgia – Mint julep, antebellum homes, covered bridges and a friendly, welcoming place rich in Southern history and a wide assortment of amazing sites to visit and enjoy. From the quiet cities of the rivers to the breakneck pace of Atlanta, and from the refined styles of the sophisticated Savannah, south… Read More »

Florida Travel Information

ATTRACTIONS: (some main ones) The ‘Sunshine State’ of Florida is justifiably one of the most popular destinations on the planet. In addition to sandy beaches (North to South), watersports activities all description and world class golf courses, top attractions include historic St. Augustine, Bush Gardens, Cypress Gardens, Disney World, Everglades, Florida Keys, Miami’s electrifying city,… Read More »