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Arkansas has become particularly well known in the world through the
42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton (Democratic
Party). Its nickname within the United States is "The Natural
State", which rightly suggests untouched nature and a certain
In terms of landscape, the state is characterized by
forests, lakes, mountains and fertile plains. The Ozark Moutains shape the
north and the Ouachita Mountains the south of the
state. The highest point is Mount Magazine at 839 m, the lowest
point is at 17 m on the Ouachita River.
Nature has some sights to offer here. The many rivers and lakes
such as the Buffalo National River, the White River and Ouachita
Lake are particularly worth mentioning in this context. In Petit
Jean State Park you can admire the Cedar Falls. The state is also
known for its many caves, such as the Blanchard Springs Caverns,
which are among the most impressive stalactite caves on earth.
As in many states in the USA, the foliage color in autumn is
impressive. The Foliage (or Indian Summer) case can be admired at
Devil's Den State Park.
Arkansas is one of the southern states, and the state motto of
the self-confident state is "Regnat Populus" (in English: "The
people rule"). Politically, the southern states of the United States
are more conservative-republican, with Arkansas also showing
democratic regions. The capital, Little Rock, and the Indian regions
are more of a Democratic electoral area.
- Area: 137,732 sq km
- Population: 2,915,918
- Abbreviation: AR
- Capital: Little Rock
- Local time: GMT -5
- Nickname: The Natural State
Residents and geography
Most residents are white, but there is also a large minority of
African-American and Latino. The strongest religious communities are
the Baptists, the Methodists and the Catholics.
Since there had long been confusion about how to pronounce the
name of the state, an official decision was made in 1881 that the
pronunciation should be contrary to the spelling “Arken-Saw”. Abroad
in particular, people often still pronounce the name as it is
written. As a holidaymaker, however, you can expect to be improved
on this point more often.
Arkansas is separated from the two southern states
of Mississippi and Tennessee by the Mississippi River. Other
neighboring countries are Oklahoma in the west and Texas
and Louisiana in the south. The pleasant climate makes Arkansas
interesting as a travel destination all year round.