Wyoming (English: Wyoming [waɪoʊmɪŋ]) is a mountainous state in the western United States, which is part of the group of so-called Mountain States. The population is 532.7 thousand people (50th, i.e. the last place among the US states; 2008 data). Ethnic composition: Germans — 25.9%, English — 15.9%, Irish — 13.3%, ” Americans ” — 6.5%, Norwegians — 4.3%, Swedes — 3.5%.
The state with the lowest population density in the country after Alaska (1.8 people per km²).
The capital and largest city is Cheyenne. The official nickname is ” Equality State “.
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|Location of Cheyenne in Wyoming
|Location of Wyoming in the US
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|Wyoming State Capitol
According to COUNTRYAAH, Cheyenne is the capital of the US state of Wyoming and the capital of Laramie County. In 2013, the city had a population of 62,448. It is also the largest city in the state.
A tented camp was erected on the site of the present town on July 4, 1867 as a shelter for the builders of the Union Pacific Railroad. This was the beginning of a settlement that grew into the current city.
- Wyoming State Capitol
- Cheyenne Botanic Gardens
- FE Warren Air Force Base
- Cheyenne Frontier Days (last full week of July)
The figure below shows nearby places within a 60 km radius of Cheyenne.
Grover (57 km)
Nunn (49 km)
Pierce (57 km)
Wellington (52 km)
Burns (38 km)
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