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Capital of JAPAN (List of States and Capitals of Japan)

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Capital of JAPAN : TokyoPopulation : As of 1 January 2018, the population of Japan was estimated to be 126,236,090 people. 16,565,962 young people under 15 years old ( 8,505,788 males / 8,061,437 females). 80,791,098 persons between 15 and 64 years old ( 40,738,911 males / 40,052,187 females). 28,879,030 persons above 64 years old ( 12,252,475 males / 16,626,555 females).
The predominant language in Japan is Japanese. 
Land Area of Japan : 377,930 km2 (145,920 mi2) Established year of Japan : 11 February 660 BC Religion of Japan : Shinto and Buddhism are Japan's two major religions. Shinto is the old one and It is continue from the Japanese culture but Buddhism comes in 6th century. National Anthem : Kimigayo GDP - Per capital (PPP) : 38,428.10 USD (2017)  Population density : 334.0 people per square kilometer (865.1/mi2) -Religiously Unaffiliated (57.0%), Buddhism (36.2%), Christianity (1.6%), Islam (0.2%), Other (4.6). Sex ratio : 0.95 (61,423,739 men to 64,693,341 women) Birth rate…

Capital of China (List of States and Capitals of China)

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Capital of China : BeijingPopulation of China : As of 1 January 2018, the population of China was estimated to be 1,394,102,196 people. 245,194,694 young people under 15 years old ( 132,077,242 males / 113,117,452 females). 1,025,487,634 persons between 15 and 64 years old ( 527,026,394 males / 498,475,181 females). 123,419,867 persons above 64 years old ( 59,263,284 males / 64,156,583 females).
The predominant language in China is Chinese. Land Area of China : 9,598,089 km² (3,705,843 mi2) Established year of China : 1 October 1949 Religion of China-China is officially atheist, but many Chinese people are religious. The main religions in China are Buddhism, Chinese folklore, Taoism and Confucianism. National Anthem : "March of the Volunteers" GDP : per capital (PPP)-15,054  Population density : 145.8 per km2 (377.7 people/mi2) Sex ratio : 1.08 (726,759,195 men to 673,056,052 women)(2017 est.) Birth rate : 19 births/1,000 population (2017 est.) Agricultural land : 55.4%(2017 estimate) L…

Capital of California State in USA

Capital city of California : SacramentoAbbreviation : CA State hood : 1850 Capital Since : 1854 Area : 97.2 Municipal Population (2010) : 466,488 Metropolitan Population (2010) : 2,527,123 Rank based on Population : 6 Rank in US : 35 The Camellia Capital of the World, where the flower was first grown and the Camellia Society was formed. Sacramento is the fastest growing cities in California as it is also the hub for all the healthcare facilities.According to the Time magazine, Sacramento is the most diverse city of America.
The city is known for its evolving contemporary culture, dubbed the most “hipster city" in California. This region in the past was being ruled by the Mexicans, Columbians, Spanish and now the Americans. The effect of Spanish can still be seen as most of the people speak Spanish language here. Los Angeles and San Francisco being the neighboring cities Sacramento metropolitan the area is the second largest in California.
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Capital of Connecticut Stat in USA

Capital city of Connecticut : HartfordAbbreviation : CT State hood : 1788 Capital Since : 1875 Area : 17.3 Municipal Population (2010) : 124,775 Metropolitan Population (2010) : 1,212,381 Rank based on Population : 3 Rank in US : 221 The insurance capital of the world Hartford is the capital of Connecticut. It is nicknamed aptly as it hosts many insurance company headquarters and is the main occupation there.
Hartford is one of the oldest cities in the United States of America it houses the world Nations oldest public Art Museum and oldest publicly funded Park. also, the oldest continuously published newspaper and the second oldest Secondary School is also the path of the city.
The city is home to Mark Twain houses and museum and should not be missed while visiting. Also Bushnell Park Carousel, Wordsworth Athenaeum Museum of Art, Connecticut Science Center, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center awesome places to visit. Elizabeth Park Conservancy, Colt Park, Pope Park, and Riverside Park imparts a fresh…

Capital City of Arizona State in USA

Capital city of Arizona : PhoenixAbbreviation : AZ State hood : 1912 Capital Since : 1889 Area : 474.9 Municipal Population (2010) : 1,445,632 Metropolitan Population (2010) : 4,192,887 Rank based on Population : 1 Rank in US : 5 The capital city of the Grand canyon state Phoenix is the anchor of the phoenix metropolitan area, also known as the valley of the sun, Located in the northeast of the Sonoran Desert, the city has a hot desert climate. Despite this, its canal system led to a thriving farming community with crops like Alfalfa, Cotton and Hey. Phoenix’s economy has 5 ‘C’ Cotton, Cattle, Citrus, Climate and Copper which thrived the city after the ruins of Second World War.
The desert city of Phoenix has a wide variety of flora and fauna. In most undeveloped deserted area Coyote, Bobcat, Mountain Lion, Mule Deer etc. can be found. Talking about birds the famous Roadrunner, Anna’s Hummingbird, mourning doves can be seen. The desert also has different types of cactus plants. Phoenix is th…

Capital of Colorado State in USA

Capital of Colorado : DenverAbbreviation : CO State hood : 1876 Capital Since : 1867 Area : 153.4 Municipal Population (2010) : 600,158 Metropolitan Population (2010) : 2,552,195 Rank based on Population : 1 Rank in US : 19 Colorado is the capital and the most populous municipality of Denver. The city is called Mile High City because of its elevation of exactly one mile. The city is located in the South Pallet River Valley. On the Western edge, Denver is surrounded by High Plains and on the eastern with Cherry Creek in the foothills of Rocky mountains. The city was formed in the year 1858 and was made the capital at the end of 1902.
While visiting Denver one should always visit Red Rock Ampitheater, Denver Botanical Garden, Denver Art Museum, Denver zoo, and Elitch Garden. One should not forget to visit Denver Museum of Natural Science, Coors Field, City Park as well as Downtown Aquarium. Visiting Cherry Creek is also a one in a lifetime opportunity. You'll also like:
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Capital of Arkansas State in USA

Capital City of Arkansas : Little RockAbbreviation : AR State hood : 1836 Capital Since : 1821 Area : 116.2 Municipal Population (2010) : 193,524 Metropolitan Population (2010) : 877,091 Rank based on Population : #1 Rank in US : 117 The capital of Arkansas is Little Rock. This is the most populous city in the state. The city was named in the year 1720 after a rock formation near the city. Before Little Rock, Arkansas post was the capital till the year 1821. Little Rock holds the title of transportational, cultural, economic and government center for both the state as well as the South.
While visiting Little Rock one should always visit William J Clinton Library and Museum, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, River Market, and Little Rock zoo. The city also houses Burns Park, Big Dam Bridge, Old Mill, Museum of Discovery and Wild River Country to name a few. You'll also like:
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