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About Map: Washington Map showing the capital, state boundary, roads, rail network,rivers, interstate highways, major cities and towns.





Important Cities in Washington by Population:


Cities with populations over 20,000 include: Seattle (598,541), Spokane (202,319), Tacoma (197,181), Vancouver (163,186), Bellevue (123,771), Everett (98,212), Spokane Valley (86,144), Federal Way (84,309), Yakima (84,074), Kent (83,978), Bellingham (78,905), Kennewick (63,216), Renton (62,266), Lakewood (56,983), Auburn (55,426), Pasco (55,246), Shoreline (52,005), Redmond (49,548), Kirkland (47,303), Richland (46,155), Olympia (45,322), Lacey (40,702), Sammamish (40,179), Edmonds (40,158), Longview (36,562), Puyallup (36,330), Bremerton (36,006), Marysville (34,482), Lynnwood (33,572), Bothell (32,307), Mount Vernon (31,513), Burien (31,316), Walla Walla (30,643), University Place (30,345), Wenatchee (29,898), Des Moines (28,755), Pullman (26,920), SeaTac (25,840), Mercer Island (24,163), Issaquah (24,057), Oak Harbor (22,744), Bainbridge Island (21,890), Mukilteo (20,742) and Kenmore (20,374)

39 Counties in Washington:


Adams County, Asotin County, Benton County, Chelan County, Clallam County, Clark County, Columbia County, Cowlitz County, Douglas County, Ferry County, Franklin County, Garfield County, Grant County, Grays Harbor County, Island County, Jefferson County, King County, Kitsap County, Kittitas County, Klickitat County, Lewis County, Lincoln County, Mason County, Okanogan County, Pacific County, Pend Oreille County, Pierce County, San Juan County, Skagit County, Skamania County, Snohomish County, Spokane County, Stevens County, Thurston County, Wahkiakum County, Walla Walla County, Whatcom County, Whitman County and Yakima County

Washington Interstates Highways:
North-South interstates include: Interstate 5 and Interstate 205.
East-West interstates include: Interstate 90 and Interstate 82.

US Highways and State Routes in Washington
Route 2, Route 12, Route 97, Route 101, Route 195 and Route 395.

Facts About Washington

State NameWashington
CountryUnited States
ContinentNorth America
Capital CityOlympia
Largest citySeattle
AbbreviationWA, US-WA
Joined the Union-3701
NicknameThe Evergreen State
Area71,362 sq mi (184,827 km2)
TimezonePacific: UTC −8/−7
Population6,971,406 (2013)
Highest PointMount Rainier
Lowest PointPacific Ocean
Official Websiteaccess.wa.gov