Largest Cities in New Jersey
New Jersey (named after the Channel Island of Jersey; abbreviated NJ or NJ), a state in the United States southwest of New York, of 20,168 km². New Jersey has about 8.8 million inhabitants, and the capital is Trenton. The largest city is Newark.
The climate is humid and the landscape includes coastal plains in the east and highlands in Appalachane in the northwest. The state has a lot of agriculture, especially the cultivation of vegetables, fruits and berries. Other important industries are the chemical industry and the production of, among other things, rubber, leather goods, clothing, cars, aircraft and machinery.
New Jersey is one of the thirteen original union states. He was a British colony until 1702, and was a state in 1787. New Jersey is often called Garden State.
Biggest Cities of New Jersey by Population