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* [[Eastern Kansas]] -- Most of the larger cities are in Eastern Kansas, which tends to be surprisingly hilly and have more trees and water than other parts of the state.
* [[Western Kansas]] -- Generally, Western Kansas is more rural, with very low population density and a lot of open land. Farming forms the basis of the economy. With few notable exceptions, it is drier and flatter.
* [[Central Kansas]] -- A mixture of farmland, rolling hills, and man-made lakes, central Kansas is a transition zone between the hilly east and the arid west. Home to Wichita, the largest city in the state.
* [[Flint Hills]] -- Down the center of Eastern Kansas run the Flint Hills, an area of great geological interest, with some of the last living grasslands of the true Great Plains.

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