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Kansas

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Kansas is one of the 50 states of the United States of America, located in the Midwest region (Midwest) of the country. On January 29, 1861, Kansas became the 34th U.S. state.
  • 3. The capital of Kansas is Topeka, with a population of 122'327 inhabitants. Topeka With a density of 13,03 inhabitants/ km ²
  • 4. The city has a total area of 213.096 km² and water 1.197 km² (0,6%)
  • 5. Weather Kansas has a temperate climate with cold winters and hot summers. In general, the average temperature decreases as the state in which one travels towards the north. There were tornados that destroyed many places.
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  • 7. Races and ethnicities • 83.1% White • 5.5% African American • 7% Hispanic • 1.7% Asian • 0.9% Native Americans • 1.8% Two or more races
  • 8. Religion Christianity- 82% Other Religions- 1% Non-religious- 17%
  • 9. Economy Currency of 25 U.S. cents in Kansas.
  • 10. An image of an open hospital when a natural disaster happened in Kansas
  • 11. Typical Animals of this state
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  • 13. Urban landscapes of Kansas cities
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