Chicago, IllinoisNewark, New JerseyLos Angeles, California
That's Los Angeles.
If Los Angeles was its own state, the total population would be higher than 46 of the 50 states.
Brooklyn, New YorkLas Vegas, NevadaSacramento, California
That's Las Vegas.
Where else could you find streets named after famous singers from the '60s.
New York, New YorkPortland, OregonPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
That's New York.
With an estimated 8,491,079 people, New York is the largest city in the United States.
Salt Lake City, UtahSioux Falls, South DakotaPhoenix, Arizona
That's Salt Lake City, Utah.
Salt Lake City is both the capitol of Utah, as well as the largest city. It's also home to the headquarters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Oakland, CaliforniaJuneau, AlaskaSeattle, Washington
Seattle has a reputation for being rainy, but it gets less rain that Houston, New York City, and Chicago annually.
Boston, MassachusettesAtlanta, GeorgiaDenver, Colorado
I'm surprised you can even see Colorado's capitol and largest city through all that smoke! (Get it? Cause pot is legal there!)
San Francisco, CaliforniaHonolulu, HawaiiSan Diego, California
The largest city in Hawaii is the western-most state capitol in America.
Columbia, South CarolinaMemphis, TennesseeLittle Rock, Arkansas
The Mississippi River, which runs right by Memphis, is the border between Arkansas and Tennessee.
Portland, MaineBridgeport, ConnecticutDover, Delaware
That's Portland, Maine.
Maine has over 3,400 miles of coastline. That's more than California.
Des Moines, IowaMilwaukee, WisconsinMinneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis has the largest skyway system on the planet. You can traverse 69 blocks without stepping outside.
Chicago, IllinoisBaltimore, MarylandAnchorage, Alaska
That's Anchorage, Alaska.
Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska. The second-largest city, the state capitol Juneau, only has a population of 32,000.
Providence, Rhode IslandCambridge, MassachusettsNew Haven, Connecticut
Over 75% of the population of the state of Rhode Island lives in Providence.