All the chats in Utah

  1. Chats in Beaver County
  2. Chats in Box Elder County
  3. Chats in Cache County
  4. Chats in Carbon County
  5. Chats in Davis County
  6. Chats in Duchesne County
  7. Chats in Grand County
  8. Chats in Iron County
  9. Chats in Juab County
  10. Chats in Kane County
  11. Chats in Millard County
  12. Chats in Morgan County
  13. Chats in Salt Lake County
  14. Chats in San Juan County
  15. Chats in Sanpete County
  16. Chats in Sevier County
  17. Chats in Summit County
  18. Chats in Tooele County
  19. Chats in Uintah County
  20. Chats in Utah County
  21. Chats in Wasatch County
  22. Chats in Washington County
  23. Chats in Weber County

Utah is one of the fifty states that make up the United States. Its capital and most populated city is Salt Lake City. It is located in the western region of the country, the Rocky Mountains division. It limits to the north with Idaho, to the northeast with Wyoming, to the east with Colorado, to the southeast with New Mexico, to the south with Arizona and to the west with Nevada. With 12.57 inhabitants / km² it is the tenth least densely populated state, ahead of Nevada, Nebraska, Idaho, New Mexico, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Alaska, the least densely populated.

It was the sixth-longest to be admitted to the Union on January 4,1896, as the 45th state, ahead of Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Alaska and Hawaii. It is famous for hosting the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Utah is one of the most important transport and telecommunications centers of the western United States. Its capital is an important financial and commercial center of the American West. The manufacturing industry and high technology are also important sources of income for the state, as well as agriculture and livestock. It has a nationally renowned education and health system. The main source of income, however, is tourism. Its natural beauties attract millions of tourists every year to the state.

These attractions range from large chains of mountains conducive to skiing and rocks that, due to the erosion action, were excavated forming rocky "bridges", to the Great Salt Lake - the largest lake west of the Mississippi River, and It is four times saltier than seawater. Much of the state has a desert appearance and climate. The state and its history are marked by the great presence of Mormons. Mormons are part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. About 60% of the population of Utah are members of this religious association, whose head office is located in Salt Lake City. The Mormons settled initially in the region of the current state of Utah in 1847, and called the Deseret region-which means "honey bee," in the language of the Book of Mormon. In 1848, by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the United States annexed Utah, after its victory over Mexico during the US intervention in Mexico.

The US Congress created the Utah Territory in 1850 - giving the territory its name by the Amerindian tribe ute,"mountain people," who lived in the region. On January 4,1896, Utah became the 45th state of the United States.