Alaska is the largest state in the United States, with an area of 1,717,854 km2 and a population of 735,132 people living at a density of 0.49 persons per km2. It is entirely separated from the other states and has a lengthy coastline. Juneau is the capital city of Alaska and the state’s second-largest city, with a population of 32,660 (as of 2013) with a population density of just 4 people per square kilometer over an area of 6,998 square kilometers.
Anchorage is the biggest city in Alaska, located in the state’s south-central region; its population was projected to be 300,950 in 2013 with a density of 68 people per km2 on an area of 4,415 km2. Alaska has the coldest and iciest mountain ranges in the world, with a severe climate for the most part.
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