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Since August 21, 1959, Hawaii has been the 50th state in the USA. It is the youngest state in the United States, ahead of Alaska, which also joined in 1959. The State of Hawaii is located on a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean. This is almost 3,700 kilometers away from the mainland of the USA. The climate of Hawaii is tropical. Capital and largest city of Hawaii is Honolulu. Honolulu has around 352,000 residents and is the only major city in Hawaii. The islands of Hawaii are volcanic in origin and some of the volcanoes are still active today. Hawaii's volcanoes are among the largest in the world. The highest peak in Hawaii is the 4,205 meter high volcano Mauna Kea, which is no longer active. If you measure the height below sea level, Mauna Kea is the highest mountain in the world at 10,203 meters. Mauna Loa Volcano is also in Hawaii and is the second largest volcano on earth by volume. Its weight is so great that it changes the shape of the tectonic plate on which it lies. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Hawaii.

Hanalei, Hawaii

Hanalei is located on the North Shore of Kauai Island in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is a small, rural town with a population of 462 as of the 2010 census. The town is situated on Hanalei Bay, which is surrounded by lush mountains and lush green valleys. See topbbacolleges for information about Hawaii County, Hawaii. The… Read More »

The Climate of Hawaii

According to Abbreviation Finder, the state of Hawaii (Hawaii, HI) is located in the Pacific Ocean, west of the mainland United States. If you want to visit Hawaii from the Netherlands, you should prepare for a long trip. After a trip of at least twelve hours to the west coast of America, you still have… Read More »

Hawaii History Timeline

In modern times the US state of Hawaii is certainly one of the top travel destinations on the planet, and to quote the American author, Mark Twain, Hawaii is the finest fleet of islands that is anchored in any ocean…” However, the first inhabitants to set foot here sometime around 500 AD were not on… Read More »