Largest Cities in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania (abbreviated Pa. or PA), state northeast of the United States at 117,347 km². Pennsylvania has about 12.4 million inhabitants, and the capital is Harrisburg. The largest city is Philadelphia.
The state has a large production of coal, iron and steel, a lot of machinery and clothing industry and a lot of agriculture, with production of, among other things, halibut, corn, vegetables, fruit, tobacco and dairy products.
Pennsylvania is named after William Penn, who inherited most of the state from King Charles II of England. Pennsylvania is one of the original thirteen states in the United States, and he was made a state in 1787. He is called Keystone State and Quaker State.
Biggest Cities of Pennsylvania by Population