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Sep 5, 2023

[Answer] 1. Although it has long been associated with Arizona, which nickname didn't become the official state nickname until 2011?

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...1. The Sunshine State 2. The Grand Canyon State 3. The Copper State 4. The Lizard State The Grand Canyon became a National Park in 1919, and although Arizona has long been known as "The Grand Canyon State", it didn't become the official nickname until the governor signed the declaration into law on February 14, 2011 on the state's 99th birthday. The Grand Canyon has been called one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The North and South rims of the canyon are at 8,000 and 7,000 feet (2.5 and 2.1 km) above sea level (respectively), with the bottom of the canyon averaging 2,000 feet (600 meters) above sea level. Temperatures at the top of the rim are mild in summer and cold in winter, with access to the North Rim often shut down due to snow in winter. At the bottom of the canyon, temperatures mirror Phoenix - mild in winter and hot in summer.




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The Grand Canyon State:


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