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Idaho

Idaho is a Northwestern state covering 216 413 km2 (83 557 sq miles).

Idaho
Idaho

It is mountainous, with the rugged Bitterroot Range of the Rockies in the east and the high plateau of the Snake River in the south and west. The area was not permanently settled until the I 860s, when minerals were found. Today the chief products are silver, lead and phosphates (used in fertilizers) and potatoes, cattle and wheat. A third of the state's income comes from tourism. BOISE is the state capital.





Boise USA

Boise is the State capital of Idaho. It lies on the Boise River in the southwest of the state, about 60 km (37 miles) east of the Oregon border. The city is a centre of the mining industry, and is also famous for its hot springs.














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