Category:Little Rock, Arkansas

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Little Rock 
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capital of Arkansas, United States
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Instance ofcity of the United States (2 November 1835),
county seat (Pulaski County),
state or insular area capital in the United States (Arkansas, 1 June 1821)
Named after
  • The Little Rock
LocationPulaski County, Arkansas
Currency
Head of government
  • Mark Stodola (3 January 2007)
Headquarters location
Inception
  • 1 June 1821
Significant event
Population
  • 193,524 (2010)
Area
  • 314.157429 square kilometre
Elevation above sea level
  • 102 ±1 metre
official website
Authority control
VIAF ID: 235857510
GND ID: 4242729-0
Wikidata

34° 44′ 09.96″ N, 92° 19′ 51.96″ W

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