The Alabama map clearly defines the geographical and political boundaries of the state. Situated in the southeastern region of the United States of America, Alabama is encircled by neighboring states of Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and Georgia.
The other prominent cities of the state are Huntsville, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and Mobile. Alabama is also known as the Cotton State and Heart of Dixie. Alabama State was founded on the 14th of December, 1819. Yellowhammer, Camellia, Southern Pine are respectively the State Bird, State Flower and State Tree of Alabama. The map of Alabama further denotes the relief features and tourist attractions of the state.
High mountains and fertile plains are the characteristic topographic features of the state. Rosa Park, King Center, USS Alabama and Bellingrath Gardens are some of the prominent tourist destinations of Alabama.
The exotic beaches in the Gulf Coast are other prime attractions of the state. The museums and libraries of Alabama reflect the rich literary and archeological legacy of Alabama.