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Oklahoma MapOklahoma is one of the 50 federal states of the United States of America, located in the southwestern central mainland, bounded in northwest by Colorado, in the north by Kansas, in east by Missouri and Arkansas, in west of the panhandle by New Mexico, and in the south by Texas. In 1803, most of the state was acquired from the French as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
Oklahoma occupies an area of 181,195 km² (69,898 sq mi) its the same size as Cambodia or somewhat smaller than twice the size of Portugal. The western part of its area lies in the southern Great Plains. The Ozark Mountains extend into northeastern Oklahoma with the Springfield Plateau and the Boston Mountains.
Oklahoma's highest point is Black Mesa with 1516 m (4,973 ft ) located in the northern corner of the Oklahoma panhandle. Main rivers are the Arkansas River with its tributaries the Canadian River, and Cimarron River. The Red River, a major tributary of the Mississippi, forms part of Oklahoma's southern border with Texas.
The "Sooner State" (one of its nicknames) has a population of 3.8 million people (2012 est.); capital and largest city is Oklahoma City, largest metro is Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
Statehood since 16th November 1907, as the 46th state.
The detailed map below is showing the US state of Oklahoma with boundaries, the state capital Oklahoma City,
major cities and populated places, streams and lakes, interstate highways, principal highways, and railroads.
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Reference Map of Oklahoma
Map is based on a state map of The National Atlas of the USA.
|Cities and Towns in Oklahoma
The map shows the location of following cities and towns in Oklahoma:
Largest cities in Oklahoma with a population of more than 50,000 (est. 2012):
Oklahoma City (547,000), Tulsa (384,000), Norman (107,000), Lawton (92,000), Broken Arrow (91,000), Edmond (78,000), Midwest City (part of the Oklahoma City metro, pop. 55,000), Moore (part of the Oklahoma City metro, pop. 51,000)
Other cities and towns:
Ada, Altus, Alva, Anadarko, Antlers, Ardmore, Atoka, Bartlesville, Blackwell, Boise City, Buffalo, Chickasha, Claremore, Clinton, Coalgate, Cushing, Duncan, Durant, El Reno, Elk City, Enid, Eufaula, Frederick, Grove, Guthrie, Guymon, Henryetta, Hobart, Holdenville, Hugo, Idabel, Madill, McAlester, Miami, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Pauls Valley, Pawhuska, Perry, Ponca City, Poteau, Pryor, Sapulpa, Sayre, Seiling, Seminole, Shattuck, Shawnee, Stillwater, Sulphur, Tahlequah, Vinita, Watonga, Waurika, and Woodward.
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