Have you ever been in Mississippi?
Mississippi is a state of the United States of America.
On the north it confines with Tennessee, on the south with Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico, on the west with Arkansas and Louisiana, and on the east side with Alabama.
This country takes its name from the river that runs through it and has a territory covered by extensive forests.
The Mississippi River is the main water course but there are also others such as Big Black River, the Pascagoula, the Pearl River, the Yazoo, and Tombigbee. Among the most important lakes there are the Grenada Lake, the Ross Barnell Reservoir, the Arkabutla and the Sardis Lake.
Furthermore, there are various forests and the mountain of Woodwall represents the highest point of the country, while the Gulf of Mexico point represents the lowest point.
Another important natural place is the surface of the Plain Coast, which is mostly occupied by low hills while on north east, the hills have higher peaks.
Thanks to these various natural sources, tourism plays an important role.
The culture in Mississippi is very heterogeneous, including farmers with Italian origins, Lebanese, African, Irish, Chinese and Native Americans who are particularly concentrated in the Philadelphia area.