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Arkansas State Facts

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state capital
State Capital
Little Rock
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Largest City
Little Rock

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State Facts
Arkansas State Directory 
Abbreviation: AR
Counties: Counties in Arkansas
Towns & Cities:
Towns and Cities in Arkansas
Constitution: 25th State
NickName: Land of Opportunity
State Flower: Apple Blossom
State Tree: Loblolly Pine
State Bird: Mockingbird (Northern Mockingbird)
State Song: "Oh, Arkansas" and "Arkansas (you run deep in me)"
Land Area: 52,082 sq. mi.; 27th
Highest Point: Magazine Mtn; 2753 feet
Lowest Point: Ouachita River; 55 feet above sea level
Border States: Missouri (N), Oklahoma (W), Tennessee (NE), Mississippi (W and SW), Louisiana (S), Texas (SE)
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AR Government Links
Official Homepage

Arkansas State Symbols

State Tree
Arkansas State Tree, Loblolly pine
Loblolly Pine
State Flower
Apple Blossom
Apple Blossom
State Bird
Arkansas State Bird, Northern Mockingbird
Northern Mockingbird

Largest Cities: *Little Rock, Fort Smith, Hot Springs, Murfreesboro

Historical Facts:
Birthplace of Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States.

Popular Attractions
Hot Springs National Park: More than a million gallons of hot mineral water everday from 47 springs.

Museum of Automobiles: Antique car collection near Morrilton

Crater of Diamonds State Park: Hunt for Diamonds near Murfreesboro

Arkansas Territorial Restoration: 14 Buildings from before Arkansas was a state. Little Rock
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