State Capital Building - Jackson
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A largely forested state, which is also very low lying, Mississippi is home to about three million people. Jackson is the capitol city, an ethnically diverse place located centrally in the state on Interstate-55 (north south) and Interstate-20 running (east west)

The name Mississippi comes from the Mississippi river. North is Tennessee, heading east is Alabama, and south next to its coastline on the Gulf of Mexico is Louisiana. Fishing is popular in Mississippi, both pleasure and commercial, the main related industry being catfish production.

Mississippi Airports
Jackson-Evers International Airport
Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport


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Along Mississippi’s general southern border runs Interstate-10. But just a little further south awaits US-90, a coastal highway hugging the sea front boasting views not to be outdone anywhere. From Pascagoula on the east to Pearlington in the west, almost all of this shoreline road seems to be the construct of outstanding sights - much like highway-1 between San Francisco and Los Angeles; there only different owing to its mountainous terrain beside the Pacific.

Mississippi River - Steamboat Paddle Wheel
- Delta Queen Steamboat -
Mississippi River

The large inland bays of Biloxi and Bay St. Louis offer fabulous vistas. Biloxi lighthouse is a famous landmark too, as is Long beach further west, and Waveland near Clermont Harbour.

Rivers' Network
Pearl River
Yazoo River
Tombigbee River
Big Black River
Pascagoula River

The old Spanish fort near Moss Point is another point of interest, with several islands dotted offshore such as Cat island, Horn Island, part of Gulf Islands Nations Seashore, and Petit Bois Island which straddles the border line with Alabama on the east.

Popular Lakes
Sardis Lake
Arkabutla Lake
Ross Barnett Reservoir
Grenada Lake

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