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  1. 1. Minnesota (Alejandro Lorente)
  2. 2. 1.Introduction Minnesota is a U.S state located in the Midwestern United States. Have a population of 5.344.861. The capital is Saint Paul.
  3. 3. 2.Flag The Minnesota state flag is royal blue, with a gold fringe. In the center of the flag is the state seal. Three dates are woven into the wreath: 1858, the year Minnesota became a state; 1819, the year Fort Snelling was established; and 1893, the year the official flag was adopted.
  4. 4. 3.Geography Minnesota have some of the oldest rocks found in the earth, the gneisses and the basaltic lava. The Wisconsin glaciation left 12.000 years ago, covered all of Minnesota except the part southeast, an area characterized by steep hills and streams that cut into the bedrock.
  5. 5. 4.History Pierre Esprit Radisson and Médard Chouart in 1660 are the first persons in explore the area on in this moments are Minnesota.
  6. 6. 5.Religion In Minnesota the majority of the people are protestants. 21% Evangelical, 32% Protestant, 28% Catolic, 1% Muslim, Budhhist.
  7. 7. 6.Sports In Minnesota there are the Minnesota Vikings, playing in the NFL, and the Minnesota Timberwolves, playing in the NBA, is the team of the spanish player Ricky Rubio.
  8. 8. 7.Music The night club First Avenue is the heart of Minnesota’s music community. In this club haved singed Prince, The Revolution, Hüsker Dü, Semisonic, Eminem...
  9. 9. 8.Education The Richardsonian Romanesque Pillsbury (1889) is one of the oldest bulidings on the University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus.
  10. 10. AustinAustin is the capital ofthe U.S. stateof Texas andthe seat of TravisCounty. LocatedinCentral Texas on theeastern edge ofthe AmericanSouthwest,[5] it is thefourth-largest city inTexas and the 14th mostpopulous city in theUnited States.[6] It wasthe third-fastest-growing large city inthe nation from 2000 to2006.[7] Austin has apopulation of 790,390
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  12. 12. Administrative divisions Texas has 254 counties the most nationwide. Each county runs on Commissioners Court system consisting of four elected commissioners (one from each of four precincts in the county, roughly divided according to population) and a county judge elected at large from the entire county.
  13. 13. Economy As of 2010, Texas had a gross state product (GSP) of $1.207 trillion, the second highest in the U.S.[127] Its GSP is comparable to the GDP of India or Canada, which are the worlds 12th- and 11th-largest economies, respectively. Texas economy is the fourth-largest of any country subdivision globally, behind England (as part of the UK), California, and Tokyo Prefecture. Its Per Capita personal income in 2009 was $36,484, ranking 29th in the nation. Texass large population, abundance of natural resources, thriving cities and leading centers of higher education have contributed to a large and diverse economy. Since oil was discovered, the states economy has reflected the state of the petroleum industry.
  14. 14. Economy As of 2010, Texas had a gross state product (GSP) of $1.207 trillion, the second highest in the U.S.[127] Its GSP is comparable to the GDP of India or Canada, which are the worlds 12th- and 11th-largest economies, respectively. Texas economy is the fourth-largest of any country subdivision globally, behind England (as part of the UK), California, and Tokyo Prefecture. Its Per Capita personal income in 2009 was $36,484, ranking 29th in the nation. Texass large population, abundance of natural resources, thriving cities and leading centers of higher education have contributed to a large and diverse economy. Since oil was discovered, the states economy has reflected the state of the petroleum industry.
  15. 15. Agriculture and mining Texas has the most farms and the highest acreage in the United States. Texas leads the nation in livestock production. Cattle is the states most valuable agricultural product, and the state leads nationally in production of sheep and goat products. Texas leads the nation in production of cotton.
  16. 16. TexasstadiumEl Texas Stadium fue unestadio de fútbolamericano en EstadosUnidos. Durante más de 30años fue sede de los DallasCowboys de la NFL, pero lodejó de ser oficialmente enel 2008.Su lugar como casa de losCowboys fue ocupado apartir del 2009 por elnuevoCowboysStadium en Arlington, unsuburbio de Dallas, Texas.El Texas Stadium fuedemolido la mañana del 11de abril de 2010.
  17. 17. DemographycsTexasspopulationdensity is 34.8persons/km2 which is slightlyhigher than theaverage population density ofthe US as awhole, at 31

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