Interesting Things to know about Oklahoma

Oklahoma, also known as the “Sooner State,” is a beautiful place to visit and live. With a multitude of attractions coupled with a low cost of living, what’s not to like?

Oklahoma is broken up into 10 different geographic regions known as: – Ouachita Mountains – Prairie Plains – Red Beds Plains – Sandstone Hills Region – The Arbuckle Mountains – The Gypsum Hills – The High Plains – The Ozark Plateau – The Red River Valley Region – The Wichita Mountains

Even though Oklahoma is a southern state, you still will get to experience winter.

A major downfall to Oklahoma is that it is right in the heart of Tornado Valley.

Oklahoma is most known for Oklahoma City, but surprisingly enough, it does not rank as one of their best cities to live in.

Oklahoma is most famous for the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum as well as the Will Rogers Memorial.

The Oklahoma flag was designed by Louise Fluke and adopted as the official state flag in 1925.

Oklahoma is a beautiful state that offers many attractions.

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