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Shown Above: Missouri Universities - Jesse Hall & Columns at the University of Missouri.
1. Missouri's official state flower is the Hawthorn.
2. Missouri's official state tree is the Flowering Dogwood.
3. Missouri 's official state bird is the Bluebird.
4. Missouri has 31 graduate-level Universities that offer PhD programs.
5. In the mid 19th century, Saint Louis was regarded as America's Far West.
7. Missouri is divided into five geographical regions: Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, Southeast, and Central.
8. The five largest cities in Missouri (by population size) are Saint Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, and Jefferson City, in that order.
9. The state of Missouri is home to 52 State Parks and 54 State Forests.
10. Missouri has a number of interesting recipes that are unique to the state, such as Gooey Butter Cake, Toasted Ravioli, and St. Louis-style Pizza.
Above: Saint Louis' Old Courthouse plays jump rope with the Gateway Arch.
1. Gateway Arch in St. Louis
2. St. Louis Zoo in St. Louis
3. Oceans of Fun in Kansas City
4. Silver Dollar City in Branson
5. Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis
6. Grant's Farm in St. Louis
7. Anheuser Bush Brewery in St. Louis
8. Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City
9. Titanic Museum in Branson
10. City Museum in St. Louis
Below: A scrap metal sculpture at City Garden, Saint Louis.
Above: A view of Downtown Kansas City.
Above: "The Strip" in Branson.
Above: A tractor parade through Adrian for the town's Annual Tractor Show.
Above: A taxi driver in the quaint, historic city of Saint Charles.
Above: The state Capitol Building in Jefferson City.
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