The Kansas Map indicates the exact geographical location, topography, climatic conditions and important cities of the state. Kansas is a Midwestern state covering a total area of 82,282 sq mi.
For administrative convenience, Kansas is sub divided into 105 counties. The capital city of Kansas is Topeka. Lawrence, Wichita, and Kansas City are the other prominent cities of the State of Kansas. According to the census data of 2000, Kansas has a population of 2,688,418 people.
The Map of Kansas points out the several rivers and lakes flowing through the state. The Republican River, Kansas River, Arkansas River, and Missouri River are the important rivers that flow through the state. The notable lakes of Kansas are the Cheney Reservoir, Tuttle Creek Reservoir, and Waconda Lake.
Situated at an altitude of 4,039 feet, Mt. Sunflower is the highest point of Kansas. The Kansas State Map further points out the relief features of the state.