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According to the 2010 United States Census, Mississippi is the 32nd-most populous state, with 2,968,103 inhabitants and the 31st largest by land area, spanning 46,923.27 square miles (121,530.7 km 2) of land. Mississippi is divided into 82 counties and contains 299 incorporated municipalities, consisting of cities, towns, and villages.
There are a total of 433 towns and cities in the state of Mississippi.
Category:Towns in Mississippi. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Towns in Mississippi (state). For convenience, all Towns in Mississippi should be included in this category. This includes all the towns that can also be found in the subcategories.
Jun 10, 2021 · Mississippi "A" Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places. Advertisement. Cities & Towns are in bold, while neighborhoods, subdivisions & other populated places are in standard text. Incorporated Places have an asterisk ( * ). Abbeville *.
We can’t figure out the je ne sais quoi of the Mississippi Delta. It’s the soul of the state, the birthplace of blues, and the product of both historic joy and strife. It’s full of the most Southern small towns, incredible hidden spots including ruins and abandoned towns, and majorly good eats; and Cleveland is one of those special towns.
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- Oxford. Oxford is famous as a haven for writers and artists and is home to several engaging cultural sights. Though it’s full of small town charm, it is also the location of the University of Mississippi, which gives the town a lively college demographic.
- Bay St. Louis. Bay St. Louis is an idyllic seaside town brimming with rich history, beautiful sights and a lively cultural scene just begging to be explored.
- New Albany. New Albany is a small northern Mississippi town located on the scenic Tallahatchie River. Nicknamed ‘the gateway to the Tanglefoot Trail’, New Albany is the starting point of Mississippi’s longest Rails to Trails path, while sights like the nearby Holly Springs National Forest and Wolf Howl Animal Reserve offer further connections to nature.
- Corinth. Corinth is a town steeped in history. Often called the ‘Gateway City’, the town is located at the crossroads of the old Memphis & Charleston and Mobile & Ohio railroads which made it a strategic hub in the American Civil War.
May 22, 2016 · Located in northern Mississippi, the small town of Taylor is home to a little over 300 people, but don’t let the town’s size fool you. The picturesque town has a thriving music and art scene and is home to the renowned catfish house, Taylor Grocery. 3.
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Cleveland, Mississippi Cleveland is located in Bolivar County (which was named after the South American political figure, Simon Bolivar). The town itself is off Route 61 and was named in honor of the former US president, Grover Cleveland.