|Population||5,893,718 people (2020)
A typical Wisconsin farm
Wisconsin (English: Wisconsin) is a state in the Midwest region of the United States near the Great Lakes, Wisconsin’s zip code is WI, and the capital is Madison. Wisconsin has a total area of 169,626 km², of which 139,684 km² is land and 29,942 km² (17.65%) is water. Wisconsin has a population of 5,627,967 (2008). It is the second state (after California) in production of dairy products. Milwaukeeis one of the largest producers of beer, and the city is the headquarters of the Miller Brewing Company – the second largest brewery in the United States.
- Green Bay
- Eau Claire
According to Countryaah, Wisconsin consists of 72 counties:
- Green Lake
- La Crosse
- Eau Claire
- St. Croix
- Fond de Lac
A state known for being an agricultural region – a small kingdom of corn, cows, milk and other products. Most of the land is occupied by farms.
Wisconsin is a major producer of agricultural products (especially dairy), beer, and sausage, and is also the largest producer of blueberries, ginseng, and paper products among all states. Although Wisconsin now produces less milk than California, it is still the US’s largest producer of milk per capita. Wisconsin hosts many American festivals, such as the Oshkosh Air Show.
The University of Wisconsin is an international center for stem cell research.
There are many lakes throughout the state, with Madison itself located on three – Monona, Mendota, and Wingra. Wisconsin has a total area of 169,626 km², of which 139,684 km² is land and 29,942 km² (17.65%) is water. Wisconsin’s neighboring states are Michigan to the north, Illinois to the south, and Iowa and Minnesota to the west.
Wisconsin has a population of 5,627,967. (2008)
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|Population||236,901 people (2011)|
Madison (or Madison) is the capital of the state of Wisconsin, USA. The city is named after the fourth president of the United States, James Madison. Its population is 236,901 (2011). Much of the city is occupied by the student community of the University of Wisconsin.
- Died in Madison
- Otis Redding (1941 – 1967), singer
- Other personalities associated with Madison
- John Atanasov (1903 – 1995), mathematician and engineer, prepared a Ph.D. in 1928 – 1930
- Dimitar Atanasov (1894 – 1979), agronomist, prepared a doctorate in 1917 – 1920
- Princess Maria Louisa of Bulgaria
- Vilnius, Lithuania