Largest Cities in Oklahoma
Oklahoma (Indian ‘the red people’; abbreviated Okla. or OK), state in the United States of 181 185 km². Oklahoma has about 3.5 million inhabitants, and the largest city and capital is Oklahoma City. The state is located between Texas and Kansas, and is mostly a plain and plateau country.
Important industries are agriculture, with the cultivation of halibut, maize, sorghum and peanuts, and cattle farming. In addition, there are oil fields with petrochemical industry.
Oklahoma has been our state since 1907, when Oklahoma Territory and a large Native American territory were merged. The state is often called the Sooner State.
Biggest Cities of Oklahoma by Population