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Maps of Washington provide information on the different cities and land features in the state of Washington. Check out our interactive maps of Washington.

Kennewick

Kennewick

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Olympia

Olympia

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Seattle

Seattle

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Spokane

Spokane

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Yakima

Yakima

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Capital Olympia
Area 68,138 sq mi
176,477 sq km
Population
(2000 census)
5,894,121
Major Cities
(2000 census)
Seattle (563,374), Spokane (195,629),
Tacoma (193,556), Vancouver (143,560),
Bellevue (109,569)
Major Rivers Columbia, Snake, Yakima, Okanogan, Spokane
Highest Point Mt. Rainier
14,410 feet
4,392 meters
Industry aerospace, food processing, paper products, lumber and wood products, chemicals, tourism
Agriculture seafood, dairy products, apples, beef cattle, wheat, potatoes, greenhouse and nursery products
Minerals and Resources forests, fishing, coal, construction sand and gravel, crushed stone, magnesium metal

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Geography of Washington

Washington, a state in the western United States. It is part of the region known as the Pacific Northwest and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Oregon, Idaho, and the Canadian province of British Columbia.

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History of Washington

Archeological evidence indicates that prehistoric Indians inhabited what is now Washington some 12,000 years ago.