Alaska is two times the size of Texas but it only has a total population of around 670,000. Our largest city, Anchorage, is about 278,000 (which is a little over 1/3 of the entire state's population!). That makes for a lot of small
towns and villages filling in the rest of the population. However, what our towns may lack in size, they sure make up for it in personality. Whether it is the "Northern Exposure" culture of
Talkeetna, Alaska, the political & tourism world of Juneau, Alaska, or the Native culture of Barrow, Alaska, our towns and villages are in some of the most beautiful landscapes
in the country and in some of the most remote areas. For photos of Alaska towns and photos of Anchorage, click on the gallery link below.