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  1. Arizona

    Arizona, also known as the Grand Canyon State, is located in the American Southwest. Admitted as the 48th State of the Union in 1912, Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon as well as a variety of terrain, climates and cultures.



  2. Camp Verde
  3. Sedona

    Sedona is a town in Arizona, United States of America, 120 miles north of Phoenix. Known for its beauty and serene setting amidst the beautiful Red Rocks, the town is famous for its vibrant arts community with nearly 100 art galleries and events including the Sedona International Film Festival, Sedona Arts Festival and the Sedona Jazz Festival.


    People near Arizona


  4. Mormon Lake Village
  5. Jerome (Arizona)


  6. Flagstaff

    Flagstaff is a city of over 67,000 people near the San Francisco Peaks mountain range of northern Arizona and the Grand Canyon. Situated at an altitude of 6990 feet, Flagstaff and much of the surrounding region are substantially cooler than the low desert that dominates the southern part of the state.

  7. Agua Fria National Monument
  8. Carefree
  9. Cave Creek

    Cave Creek is a small town north of Phoenix and part of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. It is a popular destination for equestrians, bikers, and those seeking high-end resort lifestyles.



  10. Anthem

    Anthem is a large unincorporated community, built by Del Webb homes, in Greater Phoenix, Arizona. It is usually known as Anthem, Arizona.

  11. Fountain Hills
  12. Prescott

    Prescott is a city in Arizona, and the county seat of Yavapai County.

  13. Winslow (Arizona)

    Winslow is a small town on Route 66 in Northern Arizona. While the town itself is of limited interest, it is a convenient gateway to a number of regional attractions.

  14. Williams (Arizona)

    Williams is a town in Northern Arizona, 35 miles west of Flagstaff. In 1984, it was the last Route 66 town to be bypassed by freeway.

  15. Apache Junction

    Apache Junction is a small city in Greater Phoenix, best known for its proximity to the rugged Superstition Mountains.



  16. Scottsdale (Arizona)

    Scottsdale is a city in the state of Arizona. It is east of Phoenix and is considered to be part of the Phoenix Metro Area.

  17. Mesa
  18. Tempe
  19. Peoria (Arizona)

    Peoria is a city inside of Phoenix, Arizona. Many visitors come to the area during the spring to see their favorite professional baseball team during Spring Training in the Cactus League.

  20. Glendale (Arizona)

    Glendale is one of the largest suburbs in the metropolitan Phoenix area, and is rapidly growing as a dominant media/entertainment center in the Valley of the Sun.

  21. Gilbert

    Gilbert is a Town in the Greater Phoenix region of Arizona. It has a population of more than 170,000.

  22. Sun City (Arizona)

    Sun City is a suburb 20 miles (30km) northwest of downtown Phoenix, Arizona. It was built as a planned retirement community in Maricopa County in the 1960s.

  23. Phoenix

    Phoenix is the capital of the state of Arizona as well as the most populous city in the American Southwest and sixth largest city in the United States. Founded in 1871, it has become the region's primary political, cultural, economic, and transportation center.

  24. Ash Fork
  25. Chandler (Arizona)

    Chandler is a city in Arizona, and a medium-sized suburb of Phoenix with over 240,000 residents. It is a delightful place to visit.

  26. Joseph City
  27. Globe (Arizona)
  28. Litchfield Park
  29. Goodyear
  30. Holbrook (Arizona)

    Holbrook is a town on Route 66 in Eastern Arizona, once known as the "town too rough for women and churches." The town makes a convenient base for visiting Petrified Forest National Park.

  31. Buckeye
  32. Seligman