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Arizona is located in the southwestern portion of the United States and this state is one of the Four Corners states. It is the sixth largest state in the United States, measuring approximately 310 miles in width by 400 miles in length. Water comprises a nominal 0.3% of total area, with the state's most well-known water feature being the Colorado River. Due to its large area and significant variation in elevation within the state, Arizona's climate can vary considerably. At the lower elevations, the conditions are primarily desert, with mild winters and hot summers. The northern part of Arizona is a plateau at a significantly higher altitude. Here temperatures are generally cooler, with cold winters and mild summers, though extreme cold temperatures are possible. In totality, average annual rainfall for the state is about 12.7 inches. Most of the rain comes during two rainy seasons, one during the winter and one during monsoon season near the end of summer. The state of Arizona is most well known for the Grand Canyon, a colorful gorge carved out by the Colorado River that is considered to be one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Tourism ranks among the top industries within the state.
Nicknames : Grand Canyon State, Copper State
Capitol : Phoenix
Largest City (by population) : Phoenix
Largest City (by area) : Phoenix
Largest County (by population) : Maricopa County
Total Area (square miles) : 113990
Admitted to Union : February 14, 1912
Time Zone : Mountain
State Flower : Saguaro Cactus Blossom
State Tree : Blue Palo Verde
State Bird : Cactus Wren
Major Industries : copper, cotton, cattle, citrus, tourism
Major Companies : Arizona state government, Wal-Mart
- Arizona, along with Hawaii, are the only two states that do not observe Daylight Savings Time, though the Navajo Nation, located in the northeastern part of Arizona does abide by Daylight Savings Time.
- It is illegal to hunt camels in the state of Arizona.
- Arizona is the state that has the highest percentage of land designated as Indian lands among the United States.
- The Barringer Meteorite Crater, one of the most well-preserved meteorite impact sites in the world, is located in Arizona. It measures approximately 1 mile wide and 570 feet in depth.
- Arizona has more parks and national monuments than any other state.
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