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Arizona Presentation

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Angelica Ceniceros

on 1 April 2014

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The Grand Canyon
Super cool
Native Americans, miners and cowboys are just a few of the exciting folks in Arizona history.
The name Arizona comes from the Papago "ali-shonak" meaning "small spring."
Presented by
Angelica Ceniceros

The Arizona is located in United States of America, next to California, Nevada , Utah and New Mexico
But, where is Arizona?
The Grand Canyon State

February 14, 1912.
Arizona was the 48th state to join the United States.
Flag and Seal
State Flower and Tree
State Bird, Mammal, and Fish
State Reptile and Amphibian
Phoenix and Tucson
Largest Cities
Mesa and Scottsdale
Largest Cities
Area - 295,254 km² [6th]
Population - 6,626,624 (as of 2013) [15th]
Climate: Hot and dry commonly, though varies (115F, 46C)
Saguaro National Park
YUMA/San Luis
You can also try to visit this
Painted desert
Petrified forest
Monument valley
Saguaro national park
Places where you can get along with the nature, and see some breathtaking views.
Hey Sport... Do you like to relax or fishing?
Lake Powell:
So you like fishing? Here is your place, lake well-know for the fishing spots,.
Interesting places to Visit
Would you like to stay in 4 places at the same time?
You can stay in four places at the same time(Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado).
Four Conner's Monument!
Interesting places to Visit
Hoover Dam!
The Hoover Dam, generates in average 4 billion-kilowatts/hour of hydroelectric power each year for use in Nevada, Arizona and California.
Feel the power
If You prefer more historical facts, you can try visiting some museums.
Heard Museum in Phoenix
Here u can learn how the Indian tribes used to live many years ago in Arizona, Mexico, Colorado
Or maybe...
What about some relax time...
Resort and Spa
Cool Stuff
Cardinals Stadium
Talking about sports....
NFL Arizona Cardinals
Thank You!
The Grand Canyon State
Arizona has 3,928 mountain peaks and summits—more mountains than any one of the other Mountain States
Hispanics or Latinos: 29.6%
Non-Hispanic Whites: 57.8%

Home to 22 federally recognized Native
American tribes.

In addition, the majority of the Navajo Nation,
the largest Native American reservation in
the US, and the entire Tohono O'odham
Nation, the second largest, are located
in Arizona.
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