- Mississippi is one of the states of the United States of America from North America. Mississippi is located in 50 states within the United States. The state is partly independent in its own internal affairs but totally dependent on the United States in its foreign affairs. The federal state of Mississippi, a federal state, is located in the southern part of the country. When we think of the United States as a collar, the Mississippi is closer to the east. Mississippi, one of the most important settlement points in the United States, is a neighbor to the Gulf of Mexico in the southern part. In other words, the Mississippi with the coast of the Gulf of Mexico is separated from the Mississippi River and Louisiana in the west. Mississippi, one of the official languages with no Spanish language, has a constitution whichaccepts only English as the official language. Jackson is the capital of Mississippi, one of the oldest states in the United States.
- The majority of the population in the region is white Americans. It is also worth noting that the Mississippi is the 31st largest state in the United States by area. The water content of the state is only about 3 percent. Mississippi is one of the states of the United States. The number of established inhabitants in this settlement is around 3 million. In the case of Mississippi, this rate is lower than the average per capita income of the United States. The annual income of the people living in Mississippi is about 40,000 dollars. The highest point of the Mississippi, which is generally set on a plain ground, is Woodall Mountain, which is 246m high. As you can see, the largest settlement of the Mississippi, a fairly flat state, is on the Gulf of Mexico. Officially transforming into a state of the United States on December 10, 1817, the Mississippi has managed to become one of the earliest 20 states in this sense.
- Mississippi, which has its own constitution other than the Federal Constitution of the United States, is made up of the Republican wing, the vast majority of the living people. The city of Jackson, the capital of the state and the capital at the same time, is also crowded as a place where only 175,000 people live. The Mississippi, though not as much as Hollywood in the state of California, is still an open air platter. There are many Hollywood films in the region. In addition, many national state channels have recently turned the Mississippi into a series of platos. Mississippi also started to become a tourist attraction. Especially the city of Jackson is very interested. It is possible to reach the area by road, air or sea.