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    Arizona Association of REALTORS®
    255 East Osborn Road, Suite 200
    Phoenix, AZ 85012-2327
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    2910 N. 44th St., Suite 100
    Phoenix, AZ 85018
    (602) 468-1414


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    Arizona entered the union in 1912.  It was the 48th state to do so.  Today the capital is Phoenix.

    Arizona is bordered by New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, Colorado and the country of Mexico.

    The largest cities are Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale and Scottsdale.

    Agriculture in the state includes cattle, cotton, dairy products and lettuce.  Industry includes copper and silver mining, tourism, publishing and food processing.

    Some of Arizona’s symbols include:
                Flower is the flower of the saguaro cactus
                Bird is the cactus wren
                Tree is the palo verde
                Gemstone is turquoise
                Mammal is the ringtail
                Fish is the trout

    Dija know....?

    *The Arizona trout is found only in Arizona.

    *Arizona leads the nation in copper production.

    *Most petrified wood comes from the Petrified Forest in northeast Arizona.

    *The nickname is The Grand Canyon State for obvious reasons.

    *Arizona observes Mountain Standard Time on a year around basis except for the Navajo Nation in the northeast part of the state.

    *Bisbee which is in the south part of the state was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco during the years when it was known as the Queen of the Copper Mines.

    *Arizona is a hugely diverse state with an amazing array of natural wonders including not far from limited to:
    The Grand Canyon
    Rainbow Bridge
    Petrified Forest
    Monument Valley
    Meteor Crater
    Saguaro National Park
    *The original London Bridge was shipped block by block and reconstructed at Lake Havasu.

    * Tucson averages about 11” of rain a year. Two more inches than San Diego.

    *The mighty Saguaro cactus is thought to be at least 70 years old before it gets its first arm.  Additionally it can hold up to a ton of water.

    *The world’s largest solar telescope is located on Kitt Peak and is visible from many places in Tucson although it is 60 miles away.

    *Arizona is home to many ghost towns some of which have been brought back as tourist attractions.  But, a closer study will enable those who are interested to locate some that are truly deserted.  Armed with a metal detector, there may still be treasures to be found.

    *The Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson competes only with its counterpart in Ohio.  One of the neat things is the chance to actually meet people who flew or worked on many of the planes.  These docents have a real love for the planes and will tell you interesting stories about them ... first hand!!

    *The sister to the Pima Air and Space Museum is the Titan Missile silo you can go into!!  It is located a few miles down the road in Green Valley.  When the cold war ended and the missiles were decommissioned, some were sold to private people (one is now a home as well as a pottery business) but one had its warhead removed and is now a museum.  You are able to see just how the crews lived and worked in the silo. 

    **DO NOT leave Arizona without planning at least half a day to see the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum located just west of Tucson.  We feel it should be called a muzooum as you can see all the animals of our desert as well as information about what makes this fragile and rare corner of the world the special place it is.


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