List of All Banks in Oregon
Member State of the United States of America. Located in the northwest of the
country, next to the Pacific Ocean, it covers an area of 251 180 km 2 and
has a population of 3,618,900 residents (2004). It is bathed to the west by
the Pacific Ocean and abuts the states of Washington to the north, Idaho to the
east, and Nevada and California to the south. The capital is the city of Salem.
Oregon on the west coast of the USA attracts numerous visitors with its mix
of historically significant cities, sleepy fishing villages, ski resorts and
wineries. The diverse landscape ranges from a 644 km long strip of breathtaking
coastline with mountains to lakes, streams, forests and desert.
The flat coastal mountain range runs parallel to the Pacific. Almost half of
the state is forested; spruce, fir and hemlock fir grow in particular. Weather
fronts move east from the sea, over the Willamette Lowlands to the rugged
Cascade Mountains. Its highest mountain is 3,353 m Mount Hood, where cold, humid
air produces large amounts of snow. To the east of the Cascade Mountains, on the
drier Columbia Plateau, is fertile farmland that is used for landscaping.
Land area: 251,385 sq km.
Population: 4,217,737 (2019 estimate)
Population density: 15 per sq km.
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Attractions in Oregon
Beautiful coastal towns are Rockaway, Tillamook, Lincoln
City, Newport and Yachats.
Vacation spots & excursions
The Crater Lake National Park originated almost 7,000 years
ago by a volcanic eruption; the Crater Lake (Crater Lake) is a popular
subject for amateur photographers. The beautiful Pacific coast south of the
California border is a popular holiday destination for beach holidaymakers and
those seeking relaxation. A road leads along the coast from Astoria to Coos Bay
past beautiful bays and steep cliffs. A trip to the historic Astoria on
the Columbia River is worthwhile. Interesting museums and buildings
that recall the long history of the city provide cultural entertainment. Rockaway is
a nice coastal town, but you can also go swimming in Tillamook, Lincoln
City, Newport and Yachats indulge. At Florence
you can explore the Sea Lion Caves.
In the city of Jacksonville, founded in the 19th
century, numerous historic buildings have been preserved.
In Portland (Internet: http://www.travelportland.com/),
the “City of Roses”, there are beautiful gardens, restaurants for every taste,
good shops, concerts, jazz festivals and theater. The Rose Festival in
June is the highlight of the annual calendar of events. Washington Park,
located on the hills to the west, is part of a large nature reserve. Various
open-air events take place here in summer. The park includes the zoo, a Japanese
garden and the rose garden.
There are seven state parks within a radius of approx. 50 km, which offer good
hiking and relaxation opportunities. The wonderful view from Crown Point is
particularly beautiful to the Columbia River Gorge. The ski areas of Mount
Hood National Forest are around 80 km east of Portland. The sight of Lost
Lake against the silhouette of Mount Hood is unforgettable. On
the way to Pendleton in the east of the state, the trip goes through the
beautiful valley of the Columbia River. A visit to the cave formations of the Oregon
Caves National Monument is also impressive. Guided tours are offered.