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Elevation: 1,117 feet
Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona, and its also the state capital.
Phoenix is the 7th largest city in the United States.
Population (2000): 1,321,045
Population (2005): 1,810,420
Hottest month of the year: July (average high temperature of 105 F degrees)
Coldest month of the year: January (average... Read more >>
Phoenix is located on the upper edge of the Sonoran Desert in the south-central portion of Arizona.
Phoenix, like its namesake, arose from the ashes of an ancient Indian civilization. Modern Phoenix was built over the ruins of an advanced prehistoric civilization we call the Hohokam who arrived around 300 A.D. They built 135 miles of irrigation canals which fed their crops and villages with water from the Salt River. The Hohokam flourished as farmers for centuries, then... Read more >>
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