One of the reasons I love Washington state is for its diversity. Although I would've figured we'd have more on the list, one Washington city made the top 10 most culturally diverse cities in the United States.

Number 10 on the list belongs to Kent, Washington.

Source: WalletHub

The most culturally diverse belongs to Jersey City, NJ. I would've though California would be high on the list, too, but it doesn't make the list until Oakland hits the list at number seven.

Least culturally diverse has West Virginia taking the top two spots at Parkersburg and Clarksburg in first and second place.

Some other interesting facts via WalletHub:

Oakland, Calif., has the highest racial and ethnic diversity, which is four times higher than in Hialeah, Fla., the city with the lowest.

Hialeah, Fla. has the highest concentration of Hispanics or Latinos, 95.64 percent.

Rutland, Vt. has the highest concentration of whites, at 95.45 percent.

Gary, Ind., has the highest concentration of blacks, at 81.41 percent.

Hialeah, Fla., has the highest concentration of Spanish speakers, 92.25 percent.

Waipahu, Hawaii, has the highest concentration of speakers of Asian and Pacific Islander languages, 49.18 percent.

Greenville, Miss., has the highest share of population born in their state of residence, 87.16 percent.

Hialeah, Fla., has the highest foreign-born population, 72.75 percent.

See more on the most and least culturally diverse cities at WalletHub.