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Massachusetts MapMassachusetts, officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is a state in the northeastern United States, it is one of the six New England states. Massachusetts is bordered in north by Vermont and New Hampshire; in east by the Atlantic Ocean; in south by Rhode Island and Connecticut and to the west by the state of New York. The state's nickname is "The Bay State", or also "The Spirit of America" currently used on license plates.
The state occupies an area of 27,336 km² (10,555 sq mi), compared it is somewhat smaller than Belgium (30,528 km²).
Massachusetts extends from the Berkshire Mountains (Appalachians) in the west to the coast of the Atlantic in east, which is shaped by several large bays, Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay. Highest point in the state is Mount Greylock with 1063.4 m (3,489 ft).
The Quabbin Reservoir, largest lake in Massachusetts, is a primary freshwater supply for Boston, it is fed by three branches of the Swift River.
Massachusetts has a population of 6.6 million people (est. 2012), state capital and largest and most populous city is Boston, largest metropolitan area is Greater Boston.
Settled by the Pilgrims in 1620. Massachusetts was a center of resistance to the British and of the movement for independence from Great Britain before becoming one of the original thirteen states.
Admission to the Union on 6th February 1788, it was admitted as the 6th state.
The detailed map below is showing the US state of Massachusetts with its boundaries, the state capital Boston,
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Map is based on a state map of The National Atlas of the USA.
|Cities and Towns in Massachusetts
The map shows the location of following cities and towns in Massachusetts:
Largest cities in Massachusetts with a population of more than 100,000:
Boston (618,000), Worcester (181,045), Springfield (153,060), Lowell (106,519), and Cambridge (105,162)
Other cities and towns in Massachusetts:
Amherst, Athol, Auburn, Barnstable, Brockton, Brookline, Chicopee, Easthampton, Fall River, Falmouth, Fitchburg, Framingham, Franklin, Gloucester, Goshen, Greenfield, Haverhill, Holyoke, Hyannis, Lawrence, Lynn, Malden, Marlborough, New Bedford, Newton, North Adams, Northampton, Pittsfield, Plymouth, Provincetown, Quincy, Salem, Scituate, Stockbridge, Taunton, Ware, Wareham, Westfield, and Woburn.
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