Above: Interesting Facts About Utah:
Canyonlands National Park is one of five National Parks in Utah.
1. The official state flower of Utah is the Sego Lily.
2. The official state tree of Utah is the Blue Spruce.
3. The official state bird of Utah is the American Seagull.
4. Utah is home to 40 State Parks and 5 National Parks.
5. The state of Utah is divided into three geographical regions: Northern, Central, and Southern.
6. Native American Indian tribes from Utah include Bannock, Goshute, Paiute, and Ute.
7. Utah is home to 13 universities, as well as many fine two and four-year colleges.
8. Utah's Great Salt Lake is four times saltier than the Pacific Ocean.
9. The state of Utah has more than 240 incorporated cities and towns.
10. The 10 largest cities in Utah (by population size) are
in that order.
Above: The warm, rusty red scene scapes of Arches National Park.
Here is an alphabetical list of the 13 universities in the state of Utah:
Here is a list of Utah's 5 National Parks:
Below: The Great Salt Lake.
Below: Padre Bay, Lake Powell.
Above: Interesting Facts About Utah include
the architecturally significant Mormon Temple in Logan.
Above: An aerial view of Brigham Young University in Provo.
Above: A residential neighborhood in St. George.
Above: Winter in Salt Lake City.
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