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Mississippi is a state in the south of the country. The border to
the west is the Mississippi River, Alabama to the east and the Gulf
of Mexico to the south. The blues, to which a museum is dedicated,
was once created in the Mississippi Delta. It is located in
Clarksdale. The state capital is Jackson.
Mississippi has around
2.9 million residents (as of 2010). The living conditions here are
comparatively poor compared to the other countries. The state ranks
last in the United States in terms of health care, education, and
Mississippi State: Facts
- Area: 125,443 sq km
- Population: 2,978,512
- Abbreviation: MS
- Capital: Jackson
- Local time: GMT -5
- Nickname: The Magnolia State
Mississippi has a total area of 125,443 square kilometers. The
state borders Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas and Louisiana. The most
important river is the Mississippi River. It is over 3,700
kilometers long, making it the longest river in the world. The
highest mountain with its 246 meters is the Woodall Mountain.
Other major rivers are the Pearl River, the Big Black River and
the Yazoo. The northeast of the state is hilly and is dominated by
the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Apart from the
Mississippi Delta, there are many forest areas here.
Mississippi: climate and weather
Mississippi has a subtropical climate. This is characteristic of
mild winters and very warm summers. The winter temperatures are a
pleasant nine to 18 degrees Celsius.
The best time to travel is from March to November. The warmest
time is from June to September. The coldest months are January and
February. Most rain falls in March, August and September. Because
the winters here are mild, the state can be visited all year round.