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Located in the southeastern region of the United States, the state of Alabama was the 22nd state to be admitted to the Union on December 14th, 1819. Ranked 30th in the United States by total land area, the state is approximately 190 miles wide by 330 miles in length. It is comprised principally of land; water makes up 3.2% of the state's total land area. The average annual temperature in the state of Alabama is 64 degrees Fahrenheit; summers are extremely hot while winters are relatively mild. There is a significant amount of rainfall throughout the year. Average rainfall measures about 56 inches per year. Alabama is prone to tropical storms, tornadoes, and even hurricanes. Average snowfall during the year is about two inches. The state of Alabama is most widely known for its heavy agricultural focus. The primary foods produced within the state include poultry, eggs, cattle, peanuts, cotton and grains. Specifically, Alabama ranks among the top ten cotton producing states in the nation. Industrial outputs include steel and wood products, and the state is also growing in reputation for its growing automobile manufacturing industry.
Nicknames : The Yellowhammer State, Heart of Dixie, The Cotton State
Capitol : Montgomery
Largest City (by population) : Birmingham
Largest City (by area) : Huntsville
Largest County (by population) : Jefferson County
Total Area (square miles) : 52419
Admitted to Union : December 14, 1819
Time Zone : Central
State Flower : Camellia
State Tree : Longleaf Pine
State Bird : Yellowhammer
Major Industries : iron, steel, paper, wood, lumber, coal mining, vehicles, apparel
Major Companies : Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Nucor, SSAB, ThyssenKrupp, U.S. Steel, BF Goodrich, GAF Materials Corp., Hunt Refining
- The Alabama State Constitution is the world's longest constitution, measuring forty times the length of the U.S. Constitution and including nearly 700 amendments and 100,000 words.
- According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Alabama state residents are the least likely in the nation to exercise; the adult obesity rate exceeds 29% in the majority of Alabama counties.
- Magnolia Springs, Alabama has the only all-water mail route in the United States; mail is delivered by boat.
- The world's largest cast iron statue weighing in at 120,000 pounds and measuring 56 feet in height may be found in Birmingham. The statue is called The Vulcan.
- The first rocket to carry humans to the moon was built in Huntsville, Alabama.
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