Largest Cities in Arizona
Arizona is a state in the southwestern United States near the border with Mexico. Arizona has the largest population of Native Americans in the United States with 17 reserves totaling about 80,000 km².
The state is 295,259 km², that is to say a little less than Norway, and has about 6.5 million inhabitants. The capital is Phoenix.
Arizona has the largest population of Native Americans in the United States with 17 reserves totaling about 80,000 km². About 30% of the population originates from Latin America, and the population is growing rapidly due to immigration from the south.
There are large irrigation systems in Arizona. The most important industries are electrotechnical and electronic industry, agriculture and cattle breeding. In addition, there is mining, especially of copper. Formerly, the area had a rich Native American culture of the tribes pueblo, hopi and navaho.
Arizona was a Spanish colony until 1821, and belonged to Mexico until 1848. From 1912 he has our state. The state hosts the Grand Canyon State.
Biggest Cities of Arizona by Population
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