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Washington (officially the State of Washington) is a state located on the west coast of the United States, in the Pacific States in the western region of the United States.
Washington, the westernmost state of the continental United States, borders Oregon to the south, Idaho to the east, and the Canadian province of British Columbia to the north. The western border of the state forms the Pacific Ocean.
The coast was not explored by Europeans until the last quarter of the 18th century; land expeditions reached the region of later Washington in the following decades.
The territory was disputed mainly by the United States and the United Kingdom, but in 1819 the two powers agreed on joint administration. The area was part of the overlapping Oregon Country and Columbia District regions.
In 1846, the territory was definitively acquired by the Americans, who two years later incorporated it into the newly formed Oregon Territory. In 1853, its own territory was created, named after the first American president, George Washington, and which existed for almost 40 years.
Washington became the 42nd state of the United States on November 11, 1889.
Washington is the eighteenth largest state in the United States, the 13th most populous state in terms of population (7.3 million) and 25th in terms of population density of 42 inhabitants per km2.
The capital is Olympia with 50,000 inhabitants. The largest cities are Seattle with 670,000 inhabitants, followed by Spokane (210,000 inhabitants), Tacoma (210,000 inhabitants), Vancouver (170,000 inhabitants), Bellevue (140,000 inhabitants) and Kent (130,000 inhabitants). Washington owns 253 km of Pacific coast.
The highest point of the state is the peak of Mount Rainier with an altitude of 4392 m in the Cascade Mountains.
The largest streams are the Columbia River, which forms part of the border with Oregon, and Snake, which forms part of the border with Idaho.
Nearly 60% of the state's population lives in the Seattle metropolitan area, which is the center of transportation, commerce, and industry, and has also become home to the world-famous art scene.
The rest of the state consists of deep rainforests in the west, mountains in the middle, northwest and far southwest, and semi-deserts, which in the east create suitable conditions for agriculture.
Four US Navy ships were named the USS Washington as a tribute to the state. Previous ships of the same name were named after President George Washington.