Alaska State Capitol in Juneau, Alaska's capital. The Art Deco style building houses the bicameral Alaska State Legislature.
Image: Jay Galvin
This vast territory has a population
of just 742,000 people (est. 2018) 
; it is the third least populated state in the United States. Capital is Juneau
; the city is located in the Alaskan panhandle in the southeast region (Inside Passage), the largest and most populous city is Anchorage
Race and Ethnic groups
Alaska's population is composed of White American 60%, Alaska Native 15.6%, Hispanic or Latino 7.3%, Asian 6.5%, and African American 3.7%. 
Busiest airport is Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
: ANC; website
Cities and Towns in Alaska
The map shows the location of following cities and towns in Alaska:
Largest cities in Alaska with a population of more than 10,000:
Anchorage (292,000), Fairbanks (32,000), Juneau (31,000), Badger (Fairbanks MSA), Knik-Fairview (Anchorage MSA), and College (Fairbanks MSA).
Other cities and towns in Alaska:
Adak, Attu, Barrow, Bethel, Bettles, Chignik, Circle, Dillingham, Galena, Gambell, Glennallen, Holy Cross, Homer, Hooper Bay, Kenai, Ketchikan, King Salmon, Kodiak, Kotzebue, Nenana, Nome, Palmer, Prudhoe Bay, Selawik, Seward, Sitka, Skagway, Tok, Unalakleet, Unalaska, Valdez, Wainwright, and Wrangell.