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West Virginia (officially the State of West Virginia) is a member state of the United States of America, located in its east in the South Atlantic area of the southern region of the USA.

It borders Virginia to the east and southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, and Pennsylvania and Maryland to the north and northeast.


The territory of today's West Virginia has been part of the British Virginia colony since 1607, but it was not inhabited by Europeans until the 18th century.

In 1776, the territory with the province became part of the newly formed United States.

During the American Civil War, part of what was then Confederate Virginia roke away in 1861, and on June 20, 1863, it became the 35th state of the United States as West Virginia.

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West Virginia is the tenth smallest state in the United States, with a population of 1.8 million, it is the 38th most populous state, and the population density of 29 inhabitants per km2 is 29th. The capital and largest city is Charleston with 50,000 inhabitants.

The highest point of the state is the peak of Spruce Knob with an altitude of 1482m, the highest mountain in the Allegheny Mountains. The largest streams are the Ohio River, forming the northwestern border of West Virginia with Ohio, Guyandotte, Kanawha and the Potomac.

West Virginia is characterized by a mountainous surface and a large rural population (relative to other states). In terms of economy, it is one of the poorest countries in terms of both GDP and living standards.

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The population has been stagnant for many decades due to a lack of job opportunities. West Virginia had the largest population at the 1950 census, with 2,005,552 people living there.

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