Largest Cities in Wyoming
Wyoming (abbreviated Wyo. or WY), state in the United States, in the mountainous region to the west. Wyoming has an area of 253,324 km² and about 509,000 inhabitants – the smallest population of the states in the United States. The capital is Cheyenne.
Cultivation of halibut, sugar beet and hay, animal husbandry (especially cattle farming), tourism and the food industry are the most important industries. In addition, some oil and natural gas are extracted. Wyoming has been our state in the United States since 1890, and is called Equality State and Cowboy State.
Biggest Cities of Wyoming by Population