Illustrator Map United States full

The United States is a vast and diverse country with a multitude of principal cities, waterways, and main roads that contribute to its economic, cultural, and geographical significance.

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Here’s a brief overview:

Principal Cities:

  1. New York City, New York:
    • The largest city in the U.S., known for its financial district (Wall Street), cultural attractions, and iconic landmarks such as Times Square and Central Park.
  2. Los Angeles, California:
    • The entertainment capital, home to Hollywood, and known for its diverse population, beaches, and cultural attractions.
  3. Chicago, Illinois:
    • A major financial and cultural hub in the Midwest, renowned for its architecture, museums, and vibrant arts scene.
  4. Houston, Texas:
    • A key player in the energy industry, particularly oil and gas, and known for its space exploration contributions.
  5. Washington, D.C.:
    • The capital of the U.S., housing important government institutions, museums, and monuments, including the White House and the National Mall.
  6. San Francisco, California:
    • Famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, diverse neighborhoods, and being a center for technology and innovation.
  7. Miami, Florida:
    • A major hub for international trade and tourism, known for its vibrant nightlife and cultural diversity.
  8. Atlanta, Georgia:
    • A major transportation hub and home to corporations, with a rich history in the civil rights movement.
  9. Boston, Massachusetts:
    • Known for its historical significance, prestigious universities, and cultural institutions.
  10. Dallas, Texas:
    • A major business and cultural hub in the southern U.S., with a diverse economy.


  1. Mississippi River:
    • One of the longest rivers in North America, playing a crucial role in transportation and commerce.
  2. Great Lakes:
    • A group of five interconnected freshwater lakes—Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario—forming the largest body of freshwater in the world by total area.
  3. Columbia River:
    • Flows through the Pacific Northwest, known for its role in hydroelectric power generation.
  4. Colorado River:
    • Carves the Grand Canyon and provides water to the southwestern U.S.
  5. Hudson River:
    • Flows through the eastern part of New York, important historically for trade.

Main Roads:

  1. Interstate Highway System:
    • A network of high-speed roads that crisscross the country, facilitating transportation and commerce.
  2. U.S. Route System:
    • A system of highways that connect major cities and regions across the country.
  3. Pacific Coast Highway (California State Route 1):
    • A scenic coastal highway running along the California coast.
  4. Route 66 (Historic):
    • Known as the “Main Street of America,” historically connecting Chicago to Los Angeles.
  5. I-95:
    • A major north-south Interstate Highway on the East Coast.

These are just a few examples, and there are many more cities, waterways, and roads that contribute to the rich tapestry of the United States. The country’s geography and infrastructure play a significant role in its economic and cultural development.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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