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Mississippi -is a state in the Southeastern U.S.
To the north is- Tennessee, to the east -is Alabama, to the south is – Louisiana; and to the west, across the Mississippi River-is Louisiana and Arkansas.
The Mississippi River essentially defines Mississippi’s western boundary.
It is the 32nd largest and 35th-most populous among the U.S. states.
Jackson is the state’s capital and largest city, the state’s most populous metropolitan area.
Mississippi is within the Gulf coastal plain and generally consists of lowland plains and low hills, such as the Pine Hills and the North Central Hills.
Mississippi’s highest point is Woodall Mountain (807 ft, /246 m), the lowest in the Gulf of Mexico.
- The Big Black River
- The Pearl River
- The Yazoo River
- The Pascagoula River
- The Tombigbee River
- Ross Barnett Reservoir(often called the Rez)
The large bay is Bay St. Louis.
It is detached from the Gulf of Mexico proper by the shallow Mississippi Sound, protected by islands: Petit Bois Island, Horn Island, East and West Ship Islands, Deer Island, Round Island, and Cat Island.
Yellow-brown loess soils are found in the western parts of the state. The northeast is an area of fertile black earth uplands.
Mississippi has a subtropical climate – long, hot, and humid summers and short, mild winters.
The climate changes in Mississippi often encompass the effects of climate change, attributed to artificial increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Mississippi is estimated as a string of “Deep South” states.
Mississippi is heavily forested. Half of the state’s area is covered by wild or cultivated trees.
The best attractions in Mississippi
Mississippi is one of the beautiful states rich in lovely natural places and historical and cultural attractions.
The state is known as the Magnolia State and the Hospitality State.
The museums are in the capital Jackson, but the area by the Mississippi Delta is perfect for enjoying some American forests.
Vicksburg National Military Park– includes a Cannon Display, the Fortification Exhibit, and Historical Monuments.
Mississippi Museum of Natural Science- located in Jackson (73,000-square feet), tourists will be attracted by the Monsters of the Deep exhibit and a 1,700-square foot gigantic greenhouse aptly called The Swamp.
Natchez Trace Parkway– is also home to many historical places, such as the Meriwether Lewis Museum and Mount Locust.
Today Natchez Trace Parkway is one of the top attractions in Mississippi (biking, horseback riding, and even camping).
Gulf Coast Beaches and Water Activities– you can enjoy the Gulf Coast’s warm waters. It is home to 62 miles of shores and sandy beaches.
Jackson Zoological Park (The Jackson Zoo) is home to 776 animals from 120 different species.
Gulf Islands Waterpark- This water park is one of the things that you definitely should not miss during your trip to Mississippi. It will take you through a fascinating 500 feet slide, and the Cat Island Catapult and the Lil Pelican’s Bay are fantastic.
Elvis Presley Museum – You can observe some of the personal collections of Elvis’s longtime friend Janelle McComb.
Tupelo National Battlefield – The historic battle of Tupelo happened in 1864. Nowadays, the park is home to a monument that includes two informational panels explaining the battle’s significance.
Marine Life Oceanarium – Do you want to discover an exciting and enchanting world under the sea? So, you can visit the Marine Life Oceanarium at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies. At the Discovery Room’s touch pools, you will see and can touch sea creatures.
It is marvelous to watch different types of dolphins at the Dolphin Presentation.
Riley Center (Also known as the Grand Opera House)– The theater originally opened in 1890. Today, it’s a 30,000-square-foot facility with an exhibit hall, boardrooms, conference center, and meeting place. The Riley Center features legendary Romanesque and Victorian architecture.
Gambling towns in Mississippi have attracted increased tourism: the Gulf Coast resort towns of Bay St. Louis, Gulfport, and Biloxi, and the Mississippi River towns of Tunica (the third largest gaming area in the United States), Greenville, Vicksburg, and Natchez.
In 2012, Mississippi had the sixth largest gambling revenue of any state, with $2.25 billion. The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, recognized by the Federal Government, has established a gambling casino.
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