Southeastern Alaska

Southeastern Alaska is a region of Alaska. Sometimes called the "panhandle", it is a thin strip of land and islands between Canada's British Columbia and the northern Pacific Ocean.
Juneau is the capital of Alaska, located in the state's Southeastern region, with a population of about 30,000 and an area bigger than Rhode Island or Delaware.
Skagway is a town with a population of less than a thousand in south-eastern Alaska, the largest state in the United States of America.
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Ketchikan is a scenic town of approximately 14,000 people, located along the Tongass Narrows, at the foot of Deer Mountain, on Revillagigedo Island in Southeast Alaska.
Hyder is a small place with less than a hundred inhabitants in Southeastern Alaska.
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve is a United States National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is in the Panhandle of the state of Alaska.
Gustavus is a city in Southeastern Alaska. It is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park. The town is best known as the gateway to Glacier Bay.
Sitka is a city of about 9,000 on the Pacific Ocean coast of Baranof Island in Alaska, the largest state in the United States of America.
Petersburg is a small fishing town in the Southeastern region of Alaska.
Haines is a small port community in Southeastern Alaska. It is located on the shores of the Lynn Canal, the state's longest fjord, and surrounded by glacier-covered mountains of the Coast Range.
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