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Abbreviation: AZ
Counties: Counties in Arizona (15 Counties in Arizona)
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Constitution: 48th State
NickName: Grand Canyon State
State Flower: blossom of the saguaro cactus
State Tree: Palo verde
State Bird: Cactus Wren
State Song: "Arizona"
Land Area: 113,510 sq. mi.; 6th
Highest Point: Humphreys Peak; 12,633 feet
Lowest Point: Colorado River; 70 feet above sea level
Border States: California (W), Nevada (NW), Utah (N), Colorado (NE), New Mexico (E)
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AZ state tree, Palo verde
Palo verde
State Flower
Saguaro Cactus Blossom
Saguaro Cactus Blossom
State Bird
AZ state bird, Cactus Wren
Cactus Wren

Popular Attractions and Facts
Location of the Worlds largest Canyon "The Grand Canyon" Visit Grand Canyon National Park

Arizona has 3 National Parks and 12 national monuments.
Four Corners: The only place in the United States where four states meet (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah)
Ghost Towns: Many mining towns and at Tombstone

Indian Reservations cover about a fouth of the state and there are Indian ruins in many national monuments.

Kitt Peak National Observatory: A Huge Solar Telescoe on a 6,875 foot mountain.

Oraibi Indian Village in Hopi Reservation has been home for Indians for 800 years!

Petrified Forest and Painted Desert National Park: Logs Turned to stone over 150 million years ago.  The Painted desert has many colors of sand.

Sunset Crater National Monument: Cone and Crater of a Volcano.
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