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Cities in Iowa, United States of America
City: # City: #
Adel3 Knoxville1
Ainsworth2 La Motte1
Albia1 Le Mars4
Alleman1 Lone Tree1
Ames31 Lost Nation1
Anamosa1 Lovilia1
Ankeny6 Manchester1
Asbury1 Manson1
Bettendorf5 Marion3
Bondurant4 Marshalltown5
Boone2 Mason City8
Burlington6 Mt. Pleasant3
Carroll1 Mt. Vernon3
Cedar Falls14 Muscatine2
Cedar Rapids26 Nevada1
clear lake2 newell1
Clive2 Newton, Iowa1
Coralville3 Orange City1
Correctionville1 Oskaloosa1
Council Bluffs9 Ottumwa2
Creston2 Pella3
davenport8 Peru1
Deep River1 Prairie City1
Des Moines49 Roland2
Dorchester1 Sanborn1
Dubuque7 Searsboro1
Dysart1 Sheffield1
Elgin1 Sioux Center4
Estherville1 Sioux City8
Fairfield13 Solon2
Fort Dodge3 Spencer2
Fort Madison2 Strawberry Point1
Fostoria1 Urbandale2
Grimes2 Wallingford1
Grinnell11 Washington1
Harlan1 Waterloo8
Hillsboro1 Waukon1
Honey Creek 1 Waverly3
Independence1 webster city1
Indianola1 West Des Moines7
Iowa City53 Woodward1
Johnston1 Zwingle1
Info about Iowa, United States of America
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Iowa is centrally located in the United States, bounded by the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. The largest city (and capital) is Des Moines. Eastern Iowa is generally more industrialized and more populous than western Iowa, but in reality you will never be far from the farm. Iowa is one of the nation's most important agricultural states, producing the more corn, soybeans, and pork than any other state. In fact, Iowa has approximately 5 times as many hogs as people. Although somewhat insulated from international affairs, Iowans are friendly and love to hear a good story. Stop by a small town cafe and strike up a conversation.

Top Things to See and Do
Amana Colonies, Bridges of Madison County, Iowa State Fair, Ragbrai etc.

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Who is coming? ronas from Israel, staying in the West-Central region of Iowa, would love to hear from you!!!.

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Edited by: ronas on 27.06.2006 maplefanta on 26.05.2006 smallfrie127 on 03.04.2006 pjennings on 07.10.2004
Last postings about Iowa United States of America from other users
joand wrote:

living history farms, historical museum, botanical center, zoo, bridges of madison county

cornflakegirl316 wrote:

We have a very active night seen for all and the biggest mall in Iowa, we also have a few state parks to hike in.

davischris wrote:

Iowa is "Breadbasket of the world." World's premier farmland and farming technologies. My Sister in laws family own one of the largest farms in the state. Small town festivals throughout summers in Iowa are always fun.

petedavisson22 wrote:

go to the bars

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