Geography of the United States

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A map of the United States
Territorial expansion of the United States

The United States is the third or fourth biggest country in the world. Only Russia and Canada are bigger. Its geography varies a lot.

The climate varies along with the geography, from tropical (hot and wet in summer, warm and dry in winter) in Florida to tundra (cold all year) in Alaska. Large parts of the country have warm summers and cold winters. Some parts of the United States, like parts of California, have a Mediterranean climate.

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