Honolulu is a small American city located in the state of Hawaii Island, and its administrative capital, and the headquarters of Honolulu County, is also considered as the main port of the state, and its commercial, industrial, and tourist center, as well as transportation, as well as transportation, The meeting point represents sea and air transport methods across the Pacific Ocean, and it has the most important educational institutions in the state, and one of the busiest airports in the country, and many factories specialized in the production of clothing, and Anana , Oil, cement, dairy, and other industries.
Honolulu city location and area
Honolulu is located in the state of the American island of Hawaii, located in the far west of the United States of America, specifically in the coastal part overlooking the Pacific Ocean, a distance of 2,045 nautical miles (3,787.34 km) from the nearest land location, and it occupies a border area of about 68 (2) a geographical area (177 km 2) The land area of this area forms approximately 157 km2 (60.5 sq mi), while the water bodies of rivers occupy lakes, and lakes occupy an area of approximately 21 km2 (7.9 mi²).
Honolulu sits on a land whose average height reaches eighteen meters above sea level. As for astronomically, the city of Honolulu is on the longitude (-157.86), and the latitude (21.31), which is considered the largest city in the state in terms of population number 37,371 breeze.
Honolulu city climate
The city of Honolulu is located in a site that enjoys a subtropical climate, but its surroundings contribute greatly to giving it a pleasant atmosphere in general. Temperatures – throughout the year – range between (15-32) degrees Celsius, and the fluctuations of temperature are relatively constant, and the reason is due to the reason; Average temperatures remain fairly constant due to the presence of northeast winds.
The most important landmarks of Honolulu city
The city of Honolulu contains many landmarks and wonderful tourist places, and the following is a reminder of the most important:
- The Bishop’s Museum.
- Yolani Palace.
- Honolulu Museum of Art.
- Hawaiian State Museum of Public Art.
- Chinatown Market.
- Pacific National Memorial Cemetery.
- Leon Gardens and Arboretum.