Alaska General Information:

Alaska is the largest state in the USA, a sparsely populated land of immense natural beauty, diverse wildlife and breathtaking adventure. At one-fifth the size of the lower 48 states, Alaska has 3 million lakes, over 3,000 rivers, 17 of the USA's 20 highest peaks, 100,000 glaciers and 15 national parks, preserves and monuments. Anchorage, Alaska's largest city is both a popular tourist destination and the centre of commerce and transportation for the region; 40% of the state's population lives here. Fairbanks, Alaska's second-largest city, situated at the northern end of the Alaska. The largest religious organization in the state is the Roman Catholic Church, which had 54,359 and 102 congregations in 2000. Southern Baptists constituted the largest Protestant denomination, with 22,959 adherents and 68 congregations.
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Alaska cruises have become one of the most popular ways to visit Alaska. Cruises feature glaciers, wildlife, great food, entertainment, interesting ports of call and fascinating tours along way and you only have to unpack once!. Alaska vacation will certainly include a visit to one or more of Alaska's national parks.

Facts about Alaska:
  • Alaska is the largest state in the United States & one-fifth the size of the US.
  • The largest glacier is the Malaspina at 850 square miles.
  • The Yukon River in Alaska is the third longest river in the United States at nearly 2,000 miles long.
  • Mt. McKinley in Alaska is the highest peak in North America. It is 20,320 feet above sea level.
  • Alaska does not allow billboard advertising.
  • Alaska has the highest percentage of people who walk to work.
  • The State Capital is Juneau.
  • Anchorage, Alaska is the largest US city in land area at 1,698 square miles. (The second largest is Jacksonville, Florida at 759 square miles. Oklahoma City ranks third at 608 square miles.)
  • Alaska is the 48th most populous state in the USA.
  • Alaska's major industry is oil.
  • Alaska has no bordering US states.
  • September 15 is Marriage Fidelity Day in Alaska.
There are three primary factors that contribute to Alaska's Climate:
  • Latitude
  • Continentiality
  • Elevation
Alaska's economy is driven by the following industries:
  • Oil
  • Tourism
  • Fishing
Divisions in Alaska:
  • Administrative Division
  • Civil Division
  • Criminal Division

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