A printable blank map of the USA or a United States map without labels is…
The Labeled Map of Alabama reveals the exact location of the Alabama state in the US. Alabama became the twenty-second state to join the Union on the day of fourteenth December, in 1819. Accordingly, Alabama is recognized as one out of the fifty states situated in the US. It is positioned in the southeastern region of the US between Georgia and Mississippi. It borders Tennessee in the north, and Florida in the south.
Labeled Map of Alabama
A small part of Alabama in the southwestern region touches the Gulf of Mexico. A detailed labeled map of Alabama not only shows this wonderful US state but also its boundaries. It includes Montgomery, the state capital, populated places, and major cities, lakes and rivers, interstate and principal highways, and railroads.
By the end of this year 2020, the growth in the population of Alabama is expected to reach five million people. This shows that like most of the other US states, the growth in the population of Alabama is on an upward trend. The growth of Alabama’s population is expected to grow at a rate of 0.26% per annum.
Alabama is ranked as the thirty-sixth fastest-growing state in the US. Alabama has principal rivers such as, the Coosa River, the Tennessee River, The Chattahoochee River, and The Black Warrior River. The state occupies a land area of 135,767 square kilometers or 52,420 square miles. The major religion followed in Alabama is Protestants. Other religions, include Orthodox Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, and Hindus.
Printable Alabama Map Labeled
Through the labeled map of Alabama with states, it can be ascertained that Alabama state is further divided into sixty-seven counties and comprise 460 incorporated municipalities. Besides, the state consists of 169 cities and 291 towns. They occupy only 9.6% percent of the land area of the Alabama state, but are home for about 60.4% of its population.
Labeled Map of Alabama with Cities
As a part of the labeled map of Alabama with cities, some of the largest cities in the state of Alabama contain a population that exceeds 100,000 people. The names of such cities, include Tuscaloosa with a population of 101,100, a Mobile city with a population of 189,000, Huntsville with a population of 199,000, Birmingham with a population of 209,000 and Montgomery with a population of 226,000.
Labeled Alabama Map with Capital
Labeled Alabama with capital shows that in the U.S. state of Alabama, Montgomery is recognized as its capital city. It is also known as the county seat of Montgomery County. This name was derived from Richard Montgomery, and the city is located by the side of River Alabama. Further, the city is also located on the coastal plain of the Gulf of Mexico. This city got developed into an important hub and market for items like hardwood, yellow pine, livestock, and cotton. The city provides government-owned healthcare services, which now forms a major part of the city’s economic status. The city also provides livestock and dairying services to people.