About the US Map :The United States of America is the world's leading economy with a GDP of $16.77 trillion (2013). The country is also a very significant political and cultural influencer and dominates international relations. The country is now a federal union of 50 states and the federal district, Washington DC. Spanning over an area of 3.79 million square miles, the US is home to an incredible diversity in terms of the landforms, the flora and fauna, the people, and their culture and lifestyles. In the Map of USA you will find the international and state boundaries, country capital, important cities and airports, major roads, rivers and ports, and major points of tourist interest. The Map of USA points out the best-loved tourist attractions such as the Olympic National Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Dinosaur National Monument, Statue of Liberty, and the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Center. The map is also a great guide to spotting the major national parks at a glance - it features the Redwood National Forest, Yosemite National Park, Yellow Stone National Park, and the Everglades National Park.
History of USA
It is believed that the North American Indian cultures flourished in the USA as early as 12,000 BC. In 1492, Christopher Columbus reached the Bahamas. In the 1500s, the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León landed on the coast of Florida and subsequently, Spain established the first permanent European. More...
The United States of America (U.S.A.) is located in North America. It is bound in the north by Canada, in the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, in the south by Mexico, and in the west by the North Pacific Ocean. More...
According to the U.S Census Bureau, the population was 320,616, 710 (as on April 2, 2015). The estimated birthrate as on 2014 was 13.42 births per 1,000 and the death rate 8.15 deaths per 1,000 of population. The infant mortality rate was 6.17 deaths per 1,000 births. The sex ratio is estimated to be 0.97 males per female and the growth rate of the population as per 2014 estimates is 0.77%. More...
The fiscal year in the U.S.A. runs from October 1 to September 30. As per the 2013 estimate, agriculture contributed 1.1%, industry contributed 19.5%, and the services sector contributed 79.4% to the gross domestic product (GDP) of the country. More...
The education system of the U.S.A is managed by the government at each level - federal, state, and local - through school districts. Public education is free and available to all students. School attendance is compulsory from the age of five to between 14 and 18, depending on the state. Apart from public schools, private schools and home schools are two other options for schooling in the United States. More...
Each of the 50 states has its very own state dish and together they create a unique culinary mosaic of the country. From the savory to the sweet, most American dishes are quite rich and usually come in large helpings. More...
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