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Looking for a holiday in a country where dreams come true? Book flights to the United States and visit the White House in Washington or try your luck at the casinos in Las Vegas. The metropolis of New York is a must-visit destination.

Grab a coffee and stroll through Central Park or take a boat tour to the world-famous Statue of Liberty. Buy a ticket to watch a New York Yankees baseball game. Don a baseball cap and sit back with some popcorn!

The great American experience is about so many things: bluegrass and beaches, snow-covered peaks and redwood forests, restaurant-loving cities and big open skies. America is the birthplace of LA, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami, Boston and New York City – each a brimming metropolis whose name alone conjures a million different notions of culture, cuisine and entertainment. This is a country of road trips and great open skies, where four million miles of highways lead past red-rock deserts, below towering mountain peaks, and through fertile wheat fields that roll off toward the horizon.


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United States of America

Capital of United States America: Washington DC
Official language: English
The currency: US S Dollar ($)
Climate: The climate of the United States varies due to differences in latitude, and a range of geographic features, including mountains and deserts.
Population: 323,1 milyon (2016 census)
President of the Republic: Donald Trump
Calling code: The international calling code is +1
Official language: Many languages in the United States are used, or historically have been used. Over 500 languages are spoken at various levels by the U.S. population. The most commonly used language is English (specifically American English), which is the de facto national language of the United States. Since the 1965 Immigration Act, Spanish is the second most common language in the country. The state government of Louisiana offers services and documents in French, as does New Mexico in Spanish.
There are many languages indigenous to North America or to U.S. states or holdings in the Pacific region. Hawaiian, although having few native speakers, is an official language along with English at the state level in Hawaii. Alaska recognizes twenty Native languages as official
Climate: Weather varies widely across the continental USA, as well as in Alaska and Hawaii.
In general terms, summers are hot and humid in the plains and southern states, while the southwest is very hot and quite dry. Endless summers are southern California and Florida trademarks, while in the Pacific Northwest and New England states, summers are warm with cool mornings and pleasant evening conditions.
Winters in the southern states are mild, while in the north, northeast, plains states, and in the western mountains, conditions are often quite cold with heavy snow and sub-freezing temperatures.


Located in the continent of North America, United States Of America covers 9,161,966 square kilometers of land and 664,709 square kilometers of water, making it the 3rd largest nation in the world with a total area of 9,826,675 square kilometers.

The United States Of America became an independent state in 1783, after gaining its sovereignty from The United Kingdom. The population of The United States Of America is 313,847,465 (2012) and the nation has a density of 34 people per square kilometer.
The currency of The United States Of America is the US Dollar (USD). As well, the people of The United States Of America are referred to as American.


The climate system within the United States varies by place and by time of year. Climate Normals define the climate of a place during a time of year. Other products help define climate trends and variability over time.

Climate at a Glance

This interactive tool provides historical information on precipitation and temperature for selected places, from cities to states to climate regions to the contiguous United States. A menu-driven system provides the history and trend for each place. Annual data can be further broken down by month and by season.
Monthly U.S. Climate Reports
Analyses of the Nation’s recent climate conditions, their unusualness, and their long-term trends for many aspects of the climate system

Climate Normals

Climate Normals are the latest three-decade averages of climatologically variables, including temperature and precipitation. This product is produced once every 10 years. The current set of Normals is for the period 1981–2010.

U.S. Drought Portal

The U.S. Drought Portal (USDP) is the public face of the U.S. National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), the country’s Drought Early Warning System. It is a clearinghouse for U.S. drought information built in partnership between federal and state agencies, tribes, universities, and the private sector to help decision makers mitigate the negative impacts of drought. The USDP is hosted and managed at NCEI, and it provides access to a host of drought-related information, state mitigation plans, and regional hubs of activity intended as pilot projects to inform future collaboration.

U.S. Wind Climatology

This product provides wind climatology for the contiguous United States on a monthly basis from January 1950 to present. It uses the National Center for Environmental Prediction’s reanalysis wind data chosen for its long period of record and its availability only a few days after the end of a month. This product provides information on the variability and trend of wind on a monthly basis and on a regional scale. It is not intended to assist on finer scales or in the diagnosis of the availability of wind resources at particular locations.

U.S. Climate Atlas

This tool allows users to view interactive maps of average monthly and annual minimum temperature, maximum temperature, and total precipitation. These maps use data between 1981 and 2010, commonly referred to as the 1981–2010 Normals. The Normals represent “average” or “typical” conditions one could expect at some location. In addition, monthly maps of minimum temperature, maximum temperature, and precipitation from 1895 through 2015 are available. There are several tools for animating maps and comparing pairs of maps. Downloading of the images is available on the site.


By population, the United States of America is the third largest country in the world, falling far behind China (1.4 billion) and India (1.25 billion). Its most populous states are California (39 million) and Texas (27 million), and its most populous city is New York City (8.5 million.)

Largest state in the United States

The largest state in the USA by population is California, which is estimated to be home to just over 39 million people. If California was a country, it would be the 36th most populous in the world, slightly larger than Poland. Its economy would be the eighth largest economy in the world, with roughly the same GDP as Italy, a European country of 61 million people. Interestingly, though, although California is the largest state in the United States of America, it isn’t the largest state in the Americas – that honor goes to Brazil’s state of Sao Paulo.

Largest city in the United States

The largest city in the USA is New York City. The city’s population is estimated at an impressive 8.5 million, which makes New York City larger than the second and third most populous cities in the United States (Los Angeles and Chicago) combined.
For much of the early 20th century, New York City was the largest city in the world. The stunning growth of cities elsewhere in the world means that today, New York is the world’s 9th largest city, sandwiched between Beijing and Guangfo, both located in China. It is, however, the world’s second largest city by GDP – its nominal GDP of $1.55 trillion puts it second only to the Japanese city of Tokyo.


English reigns in the United States, but Spanish and other languages are also spoken throughout the country. Although the country has no official language, English is the most commonly spoken language within the United States, and the explanation for this is very simple. America, before gaining its independence, was a British colony. The country therefore inherited much of its culture as well as language from the British. A majority of the country’s population has British ancestry which, along with other factors, has contributed to English standing strong within American language and culture. English is used in official platforms across most states, and almost the entirety of the population has basic knowledge regarding English language usage. Still, other languages are gaining traction as being frequently used within America’s borders, and we look at some of the most prominent influences on this trend.


Religion plays a crucial role within countries and cultures all over the world. In the US, the coming together of many different peoples of different origins has created a diverse religious environment. While the country has followers of every major religion, nearly half (46.5%) of the residents identify as Protestant Christians. The other religions/beliefs that make up society within the US are as follows: Unaffiliated (22.8%), Catholic (20.8%), Jewish (1.9%), Other Non-Christian (1.8%), Mormon (1.6%), Jehovah’s Witness (.8%), Buddhist (.7%), Hindu (.7%), Eastern Orthodox Christian (.5%), and Other Christian (.4%). This article will talk about the reason behind such a varied religious composition, why Protestant Christians hold the majority percentage, and why such a large percentage of the population identify as unaffiliated.