Where is Iowa?

The Mississippi River separates Iowa from Illinois and Wisconsin to form the eastern boundary of the state. The Missouri River on the west edge of the state forms the boundary with Nebraska (with the exception of Carter Lake). The Big Sioux River in the northwest corner of the state forms the North/South boundary with South Dakota. To the north lies Minnesota and to the south lies Missouri.

The State of Iowa is a state in the midwestern region of the United States of America. It is the 29th state of the United States, having joined the Union on December 28, 1846. The state is named for the Ioway people, a Siouan tribe of Native Americans that formerly lived there. It is known as the "Hawkeye State" or the "Tall Corn State".
40° 23′ N to 43° 30′ N and 90° 8′ W to 96° 38′ W.
The state Iowa is located in the Midwest region of the United States. Iowa borders Nebraska to the east, Minnesota to the south, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Illinois.