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Transcript of Arizona
Capital city: Phoenix
"The Grand Canyon State"
3 largest cities: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa
Governor: Jan Brewer
Population: 6 626 624
Belonged to Mexico
Marcos de Niza explored Arizona
Formed Arizona Territory
Became a state
The Phoenix Lights
It's illegal to cut down cactuses, may lead to 25 years in prison
You mustn't refuse a glass of water
It's illegal for donkeys to sleep in bathtubs
Became part of the U.S.
White: 57, 8 %
Hispanic/Latino: 29,6 %
American Indian: 4,6 %
Black: 4,1 %
Asian: 2,8 %
Two or more races: 3,4 %
Other: 11,9 %
One of the seven wonders of the world
Home for the Havasupai people
About 17 million years old
One of the world's largest dams
took 5 years to build
hot and dry climate
very varying temperatures
can also be cold and snow
114 000 sq. miles
= 6th biggest in the US
Highest point: Humphreys Peak
3 851 m
Haldefjäll (Finlands highest point: 1 365 m
Biggest desert: Sonoran desert
one of the hottest in the US
Longest river: Colorado River
about 2 330 km
was formed about 50 000 years ago
formed by an iron meteorite, about 50 meter in diameter
the crater is 1 200 meter in diameter,
and 70 meters deep
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