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Missouri is a Midwestern state that covers almost 69 thousand square miles and has a population of almost 6 million people. Missouri is surrounded by eight states which along with Tennessee, is the most number of states that any states borders. Missouri is bordered on the north by Iowa, on the north and east by Illinois, it is bordered by small sections of Kentucky and Tennessee on the east, by Arkansas to the south, and by Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska on the west.

Hotels in Missouri:

Anderson
Arnold
Ava
Belton
Berkeley

Bethany
Blue Springs
Bolivar
Bonne Terre
Boonville
Bowling Green
Branson
Branson West

Brentwood

Bridgeton

Brookfield

Butler
Camdenton
Cameron
Canton
Cape Girardeau
Carrollton
Carthage
Caruthersville
Cassville
Charleston
Chesterfield
Chillicothe
Clayton
Clinton
Columbia
Concordia
Creve Coeur
Cuba


Dexter
Doniphan
Earth City
Eldon

Eureka
Excelsior Springs
Farmington
Fenton

Festus
Florissant
Foristell
Fulton
Grain Valley
Grandview

Gray Summit

Hannibal
Harrisonville
Hayti

Hazelwood
Higginsville
Hollister
Holts Summit
Independence
Jackson
Jefferson City

Joplin
Kansas City
Kearney
Kennett
Kingdom City

Kirksville
Knob Noster


Lake Ozark
Lake St Louis
Lamar
LaPlata

Lebanon

Lees Summit
Liberty
Linn

Macon
Marshall
Marshfield
Marston
Maryland Heights
Maryville
Mexico
Moberly
Monett
Mound City
Mountain Grove
Mt Vernon
Neosho
Nevada
New Florence
Nixa
Oak Grove
Odessa
O'Fallon
Osage Beach
Ozark
Pacific
Perryville
Pevely
Platte City
Poplar Bluff
Potosi


Republic
Richmond
Riverside
Rock Port
Rolla
Salem
Sedalia
Seymour
Shelbina
Sikeston
Smithville
Springfield
St. Charles
St Genevieve
St. Joseph
St. Louis
St. Peters
St Robert
Strafford
Sullivan
Sweet Springs
Trenton
Troy
Union
Warrensburg
Warrenton
Warsaw
Washington
Wentzville
West Plains
Missouri is often said to reflect the demographic and economic nature of the United States and as such is considered to be a bellwether state in terms of its politics and other trends.

Geographically Missouri is diverse. North of the Missouri River Missouri state is part of the Great Plains. South of the Missouri is the Ozark Mountains. The boot heel of Missouri is part of the Mississippi River alluvial plain.

The economy of Missouri reflects the geographic diversity of the state with agriculture, aerospace, light manufacturing, mining and tourism being principal sources of income for the state.

As part of the Louisiana Purchase Missouri has played a substantial role in the history of the United States. St Louis became known as the Gateway to the West. Lewis and Clark began their expedition from St Charles Missouri.



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