Illustrator Map Pennsylvania State US

Pennsylvania, located in the northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States, is known for its diverse geography, vibrant cities, and rich history. Here’s a brief description of some of the principal cities, waterways, and main roads in the state:

Principal Cities:

  1. Philadelphia:
    • The largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth-largest city in the U.S.
    • Known for its historical significance, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
    • Major cultural attractions, museums, and a thriving arts scene.
  2. Pittsburgh:
    • Located in the western part of the state, known as the “Steel City.”
    • Has a rich industrial history and is home to numerous museums and cultural institutions.
    • Famous for its three rivers: the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio.
  3. Harrisburg:
    • The capital city of Pennsylvania, situated along the Susquehanna River.
    • Houses the Pennsylvania State Capitol and various government buildings.
  4. Allentown:
    • Located in the Lehigh Valley, it is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state.
    • Known for its historic architecture and cultural events.
  5. Erie:
    • On the shores of Lake Erie, it is known for Presque Isle State Park and its maritime history.
    • A significant port city with connections to the Great Lakes.


  1. Susquehanna River:
    • One of the longest rivers in the U.S., flowing through central Pennsylvania.
    • Harrisburg, the state capital, is situated along the Susquehanna.
  2. Delaware River:
    • Forms the eastern border of Pennsylvania, separating it from New Jersey.
    • Philadelphia is located along the Delaware River.
  3. Ohio River:
    • Marks the western border of the state, separating it from Ohio.
    • Pittsburgh is situated at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, forming the Ohio River.

Main Roads:

  1. Interstate 76 (I-76) – Pennsylvania Turnpike:
    • A major east-west highway connecting Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
  2. Interstate 95 (I-95):
    • Runs along the eastern border, connecting major cities like Philadelphia and providing access to the East Coast.
  3. Interstate 79 (I-79):
    • Runs north-south through western Pennsylvania, connecting Pittsburgh and Erie.
  4. U.S. Route 22 (US 22):
    • An east-west highway connecting Pittsburgh and the eastern part of the state.
  5. U.S. Route 30 (US 30) – Lincoln Highway:
    • Historic transcontinental highway connecting Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
  6. Pennsylvania Route 611 (PA 611):
    • Runs through eastern Pennsylvania, connecting Philadelphia and the Pocono Mountains.

Pennsylvania’s transportation network is extensive, facilitating both regional and interstate travel, and its cities offer a mix of history, culture, and economic activity.

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