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Arizona is a state in the southwestern United States. The population is 6,828,065 non-Hispanic white (57.8%), Hispanic (29.6%), Native American (4.6%), African American (4.1%), Asian (2.8%) and other races (just over 15%). The most important providers of labor in this state include government, transportation, and medical care. Nearly 90 percent of the state’s population lives in urban areas. This article analyzes the most populated cities with the highest standard of living and the best worth visiting.

  1. Phoenix

Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, is the most populous city in the state with 1,445,632 people. This size also makes Phoenix the most populous state capital in the country. The residents here live in a subtropical desert climate and are surrounded by the Sonoran Desert. This region is full of mountain lions, hares and coyotes that sometimes reach the limits of the city. Crime can be a problem here, as in most large cities, with violent crime rates of approximately 637 per person 100,000. Currently, the city faces challenges with illegal drug trafficking due in part to its proximity to the border with Mexico. It has also been dubbed the “kidnapping Capital “(a crime associated with drug trafficking) of the United States. UU.

  1. Tucson

Following in second place in Tucson with a population of 520,116. This city is located 108 miles southeast of Phoenix and is home to the University of Arizona. Most of the economic activity here is based on this university, which is also the second largest provider of jobs in the city. Although today, the city obtains most of its electricity from coal and gas-fired plants, solar energy has become more popular. The university houses one of the largest solar fields in the world.

  1. Sedona

Sedona is a city located in the counties of Yavapai and Coconino County in the northern region of the Verde Valley in u.s. The state of Arizona. In the 2010 Census had a population of 10.031 inhabitants and a population density of 201,93 people per km2.3 Sedona’s main attraction is its formation of red sand, these formations shine with intensity with sunrise and sunset with an intense bright orange color. Red Rocks attract tourists called to participate in various activities from hiking or mountain biking to spiritual pursuits. Numerous events are held annually in the Sedona area, such as:

  • Sedona International Film Festival
  • Sedona Jazz on Rocks Festival
  • Sedona Marathon
  • Sedona International Yoga Festival
  • Illuminate Film Festival
  • Sedona Festival Bluegrass
  1. Flagstaff

Flagstaff is a special place, combining the modern sense of discovery with a strong legacy from the West that evokes the days of loggers, builders of the Ferrocarril for and pioneer ranchers of our region. Flagstaff also boasts Lowell Observatory, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Arizona Snowbowl ski resort, the Pioneer Museum of the Arizona Historical Society, Riordan Mansion, the University of Northern Arizona and the authentic Route 66.

  1. Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City is located in the western part of Arizona, United States. The population was 52,527 at the 2010 Census. And a population density of 456 inhabitants/km2.2 is located on the Right Bank of the Colorado River, which separates it from the state of California.

An unusual attraction is the London Bridge. It initially rose in London over the River Thames; in 1968 it was sold to millionaire Robert P. McCulloch and transported piece by piece to Lake Havasu City. After the Grand Canyon, it is the most popular tourist attraction in Arizona.