About Map: West Virginia Map showing the capital, state boundary, roads, rail network,rivers, interstate highways, major cities and towns.
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West Virginia is the 35th state of the United States. It lies in the Appalachian region and its neighbors are the U.S. states of Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. A West Virginia Map can work as an absolute guide to make you familiar with the various tourist attractions and major places of interest in the state of WV. By area, it is the 41st biggest state in the country. The capital and biggest city is Charleston.
Tourist attractions in West Virginia
A West Virginia Map helps you find out the important roads, capital city, top hotels, airports, and famous tourist destinations in the state of WV. The major tourist attractions in the state are listed below: Bluefield - It is the tallest city in WV, lying in the East River Mountains. Beckley - Houses the Tamarack and a coal pit for display.
Economy of West Virginia
West Virginia economy is flourishing and it was ranked 62nd by the World Bank among all the economies in the world, just behind Iraq in 2009. Major industries include automobile, aerospace, steels and metals, education and healthcare, manufacturing, media and telecommunications, biometrics, hospitality, tourism, and forestry. Tourism is a key employment generator in the state.
Facts About West Virginia
|State Name||West Virginia|
|Joined the Union||-13342|
|Area||24,230 sq mi (62,755 km2)|
|Timezone||Eastern: UTC -5/-4|
|Population||1,854,304 (2013 est)|
|Highest Point||Spruce Knob|
|Lowest Point||Potomac River at Virginia border|