State of Delaware

State of Delaware

Geography
Capital city Dover Biggest city Wilmington Surface 6,452 kmĀ² Population 1.003,000 Length of highway network 141 km First highway 1951 Abbreviation THE Delaware is a state in the northeastern United States. It is the second smallest state by area, after Rhode Island. The state covers an area of 6,452 square kilometers, making it slightly larger than the province of Gelderland. The state has 1 million inhabitants (2021) and the capital is Dover. The largest city is Wilmington. Geography Delaware is located on the Atlantic Ocean and largely on the Delmarva Peninsula, a large peninsula with Chesapeake Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay to the east. The Delmarva Peninsula is named after the three states that make up it, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Delaware borders only…
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