Dataset with more than 35k points of interest of the Alaska state.
Alaska, whose capital is Juneau (named after Joe Juneau, a gold digger who found gold in the region), is a peninsula whose territory borders Canada. It is one of the 50 states in the United States, although it has no territorial connection to that country. Alaska was purchased by the United States in 1867. At the time, the Russian Empire received $ 7.2 million for the sale of space. This value was widely questioned by opponents of the purchase, who believed it to be a bad investment, since until then it was believed that the state was just a portion of sterile ice and without economic purpose.
This is a comprehensive database with with more than 35k records with the points of interest of Alaska State. Examples of points of interest are cities, villages, forests, touristic attractions, parks, roads, lakes, etc. The following fields are available for each point of interest:
All data is available for consumption via GraphQL and REST APIs.
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June 10, 2020
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