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It's about as big as Arkansas.
(United States)
The "Natural State," Arkansas measures 6,344,753 city blocks in total area. The 170.44410 city blocks state park called Crater of Diamonds is situated over an eroded lamproite volcanic formation and is the only state in the Union where diamonds are mined (although commercial mining was ceased in 2002).
It's about as big as North Carolina.
In other words, the size of North Carolina is 1.012034 times 6,344,753 city blocks.
(United States)
The "Tar Heel State," North Carolina measures 6,421,103 city blocks in total area. The Outer Banks, a 14,741.110 city blocks region off the northeastern coast of the state's mainland, is a series of barrier islands that has been called the "Graveyard of the Atlantic" on account of the numerous shipwrecks that have occurred there.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Alabama.
In other words, 6,344,753 city blocks is 1.014491 times the size of Alabama, and the size of Alabama is 0.9857160 times that amount.
(United States)
Unofficially the "Heart of Dixie," Alabama measures 6,254,128 city blocks in total area. Over two-thirds, or 4,099,871 city blocks of Alabama is forest land.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Louisiana.
In other words, 6,344,753 city blocks is 1.025827 times the size of Louisiana, and the size of Louisiana is 0.97482320 times that amount.
(United States)
The "Pelican State" or the "Bayou State," Louisiana measures 6,185,010 city blocks in total area. Louisiana boasts a total of 6,400 km of navigable waterways made up of its numerous rivers and streams — the most of any state in the nation.
It's about as big as New York.
In other words, the size of New York is 1.025902 times 6,344,753 city blocks.
(United States)
The "Empire State," New York measures 6,509,093 city blocks in total area. Adirondack Park, a 1,137,829 city blocks area in the northeast region of the state, is the largest state-protected area in the contiguous United States.
It's about nine-tenths as big as Iowa.
In other words, 6,344,753 city blocks is 0.94503460 times the size of Iowa, and the size of Iowa is 1.058162 times that amount.
(United States)
The "Hawkeye State," Iowa measures 6,713,778 city blocks in total area. Sometimes called the "Food Capital of the World," approximately 60%, or 40,282,750 city blocks of the state's area is used for agriculture.
It's about nine-tenths as big as Illinois.
In other words, 6,344,753 city blocks is 0.91822730 times the size of Illinois, and the size of Illinois is 1.089055 times that amount.
(United States)
The "Land of Lincoln," Illinois measures 6,909,784 city blocks in total area. Though the Mississippi River marks the western border of the state at nearly all points, the 3,221.3930 city blocks area of Kaskaskia township has lain to the west of the River since an 1881 flood altered its course.