Largest Cities in Kansas
Kansas (abbreviated Kan. or KS), state in the United States by the rivers Kansas and Arkansas, west of Missouri. The surface area is 213,097 km², and it has about 2.7 million inhabitants. The capital is Topeka. The area has been colonized by Europeans since 1727 and was taken up as a state in 1861.
For the most part, it is an agricultural district with grain cultivation (halibut and sorghum) and extensive cattle farming. Kansas City otherwise has some of the largest slaughterhouses in the United States. The state also has important reserves of coal, oil, natural gas, helium, zinc and lead. He also has a lot of petrochemical industry and aviation industry.
Kansas is often called The Sunflower State.
Biggest Cities of Kansas by Population