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A member state of the United States of America located in the mountainous region of the Southwest of the country.

Arkansas is bordered by northern Missouri, eastern Tennessee and Mississippi, southern Louisiana, southwest by Texas and west by Oklahoma. Arkansas, moreover, is located at the confluence of Arkansas and Mississippi.

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Arkansas Public Libraries by County

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Arkansas Public Libraries by County

Arkansas is part of the southern United States and covers an area of ​​137,732 km². The capital is Little Rock, located on the banks of the Arkansas River. In 1686, Arkansas was first settled by the French, in 1803 part of the Louisiana land purchase it was given to the Americans and in 1836 it was a US state. Arkansas is also known as The Natural State or Land of Opportunity. Arkansas is Indian from the word origin and means "land of the people living downstream" for the Quapaw who live here.

Arkansas was the original home of the Quapaw, Caddo and Osage Indians. Arkansas borders Missouri to the north and Mississippi and Tennessee to the east, with the river of the same name of 2,333 kilometers in length forming the natural border with the states. In the south, Louisiana forms the border, while in the west Texas and Oklahoma are the neighboring states.

The geographic structure of Arkansas

Arkansas is characterized by mountains and forests. Over 60 percent of the country is forested. The Ozark Plateau is particularly distinctive, with almost 122,000 km² the largest mountain range between the Appalachian Mountains and the Rocky Mountains. This highland region runs through northwest Arkansas. The south is determined by the Ouachita Mountains, which are bounded by the Arkansas River. The two mountains belong to the so-called Ozark region and are called the US Interior Highlands.

The Mount Magazine with 839 m height is the largest elevation in Arkansas and is located in the Ouachita Mountains. In the mountain regions one encounters a large number of cave systems in which one encounters ever-growing stalactites and stalagmites. South and east of Arkansas, the Lowland, also known as the Grand Prairie, dominate the landscape. As in the flat delta region of Arkansas, the most important agricultural cultivation areas are here due to the fertility of the soil. The delta region has a geological peculiarity: a band of 65 m to 170 m high hills (the Blanchard Springs Caverns) breaks through the flat delta landscape.

Climatic conditions in Arkansas

The subtropical climate is generally balanced here, the temperatures are in the pleasant or warm range. Only in the area around the Great Plains can tornadoes occur in spring. The spring shows itself here from the mild side, the summers are warm with just over 32 degrees Celsius. Autumn and winter (usually around 10 degrees Celsius), like spring, are characterized by a mild climate. Some snow only falls in the higher regions.

Landmarks

The capital Little Rock with its historical buildings are worth a visit, including the Historic Arkansas Museum, the Old State House Museum where you can learn everything about the history of Arkansas, the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, the Junction Bridge from where you can get one has beautiful city views. Maumel Park is also worth a visit, where you can picnic and camp. There are plenty of bars and shops.

Near Little Rock is the spa town of Hot Springs, known for its thermal springs. Not far from the village is the Hot Springs National Park, as the name suggests, one encounters hot springs here that are said to have medicinal properties. You can admire the beauty of nature on many hiking trails with different difficulties. Close to Murfreesboro is the Crater of Diamonds State Park where you can dig for diamonds and other precious and semi-precious stones for a fee.

The small town of Eureka Springs to the southwest also has hot springs in its vicinity, which are said to have medicinal properties. The place itself still has buildings in the Victorian style. There is also a historical museum railway for visitors.

In southwest Arkansas, near Murfreesboro, is the Crater of Diamonds State Park with the only accessible diamond mine in the world. For a small fee, visitors can go on a treasure hunt and keep the finds. The appropriate equipment can be borrowed on site. Every year 600 diamonds are found on the 3.7 km² area.

The Arkansas Post National Memorial is just a few miles southeast of Gillett. It was built to e.g. B. to remember historical events like the American Revolutionary War, the Civil War.

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