The most important cities in Florida

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The most important cities in Florida
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Lindos, the list is in honor of the country where I live, I am from the state of Florida in the capital Tallahassee of this country and which I feel proud of being from this country in, as I see that everyone makes lists of their countries I I also want to make a list about my culture and teach them that the place where I live is very beautiful, and I want that one day everything can visit and enjoy the bellesa of this state, I will also visit some places where you live, I want you to like it cute kss ..

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Miramar (Florida)
Miramar (Florida)
Miramar is a city located in Broward County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 122,041 inhabitants and a population density of 1,505.87 people per km².

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Palm Bay (Florida)
Palm Bay (Florida)
Palm Bay is a city located in Brevard County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 103,190 inhabitants and a population density of 578.77 people per km².


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Pembroke Pines (Florida)
Pembroke Pines (Florida)
Pembroke Pines is a city located in Broward County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 154,750 inhabitants and a population density of 1,715.85 people per km².

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Gainesville (Florida)
Gainesville (Florida)
Gainesville is a city located in Alachua County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 124,354 inhabitants and a population density of 769.53 people per km². 2 Gainesville is known, primarily, to house the University of Florida, the largest university in the state system of Florida and the third largest university in the United States.

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Hialeah
Hialeah
Hialeah is a city located in Miami-Dade County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 224,669 inhabitants and a population density of 3,797.95 people per km², 2 which makes it the fifth largest city in the state. Hialeah is part of the South Florida metropolitan area. The name Hialeah comes from the word Calusa which means "beautiful valley." The city is located in a valley between Biscayne Bay and the Everglades. Hialeah is the city of the United States where the highest percentage of the population speaks Spanish (about 89% of the population. The majority of its inhabitants are Hispanic, Cuban exiled since the triumph of the Revolution in 1959, and their Cuban descendants and the continuous flow of Cubans from the island to meet their relatives.


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Pompano Beach (Florida)

Pompano Beach (Florida)
Pompano Beach is a city located in Broward County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 99,845 inhabitants and a population density of 1,517.07 people per km².

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Port St. Lucie (Florida)

Port St. Lucie (Florida)
Port St. Lucie is a city located in St. Lucia County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 16,603 inhabitants and a population density of 551.44 people per km².

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Coral Springs (Florida)

Coral Springs (Florida)
Coral Springs is a city located in Broward County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 121,096 inhabitants and a population density of 1,948.87 people per km².


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Clearwater (Florida)

Clearwater (Florida)
Clearwater is a city located in Pinellas County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 107,685 inhabitants and a population density of 1,059.57 people per km².

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~ Tallahassee ~

~ Tallahassee ~
Tallahassee is the capital of the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 181,376 inhabitants and a population density of 676.92 people per km².3 It is the state capital of Florida. Tallahassee is home to Florida State University and Florida A&M University. It is also the regional center for trade and agriculture. The city is served by the Tallahassee Regional Airport.

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Panama City (Florida)

Panama City (Florida)
Panama City is a city located in Bay County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 36,484 inhabitants and a population density of 397.43 people per km².


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Cape coral

Cape coral
Cape Coral (in English: Cape Coral) is a city located in Lee County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 154305 inhabitants and a population density of 493.92 people per km2.

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St. Petersburg (Florida)

St. Petersburg (Florida)
St. Petersburg (in English and officially, St. Petersburg, also known as St. Pete) is an American city in Pinellas County, Florida. The city is a famous tourist destination for North Americans and Europeans, as well as an important battlefield in the presidential policy of the United States. The population of the city is 249,079, according to 2007 data [1], which makes it the fourth largest city in Florida and the largest in the state that is not county capital. Local people commonly know the city as St. Pete. The city is located on a peninsula between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. It is connected to the main land by the north; with the city of Tampa, Florida, to the east, by bridges across Tampa Bay, and with Bradenton, Florida, to the south, by the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. With 360 days of sunshine a year, the city is dubbed The Sunshine City. "2 For this reason, the city is a famous holiday and retirement tourist destination for retirees, especially for people from colder climates of the northern United States - particularly New York, Detroit and Chicago. However, in recent years the percentage of younger population has increased. Among its main tourist attractions, a museum stands out about the Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí.

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Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale, abbreviated Ft. Lauderdale and known as the Venice of America, 2 due to its extensive and intricate system of channels. It is a city located in Broward County (Florida) in the US state of Florida, which is the county seat, and is located between the counties of Miami Dade and Palm Beach. It is said that it is considered as part of Miami since 1789, it is located at the southeast end of the country. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 165,521 inhabitants and a population density of 1,656.89 people per km².3 4 being one of the main cities of the South Florida Metropolitan Area, which houses more than 5,413,212 inhabitants.5 6 The city constitutes a popular tourist destination with 10.35 million visitors in 2006.7 as well as an important sailing center, with 42,000 ships owned by residents, one hundred marinas and shipyards. 7 Ft. Lauderdale and its suburbs add up of 4,100 restaurants and 120 nightclubs. 7 Ft. Lauderdale is named after a series of fortresses built by the United States during the Second Seminole War; However, the development of the city did not begin until 50 years after the war ended and the forts were abandoned. Three forts called Fort Lauderdale were built and built; the first of them along the New River; the second in Tarpon Bend, in what is today the Sailboat Bend neighborhood; and the third near the Bay of Mar Marina. 8 All of them took their name from Major William Lauderdale, commander of the detachment responsible for building the first fortress.

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Jacksonville (Florida)

Jacksonville (Florida)
Jacksonville is a city-consolidated city located in Duval County in the US state of Florida. It is the seat of Duval County. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 821,784 inhabitants and a population density of 362.77 people per km².2 It is the main city of Florida's First Coast region. It is located just north of the former Spanish capital of Florida and the oldest city in the US, San Agustín. Jacksonville is the largest city in the United States. It is the largest city in the state and the 13th largest city in the country. The Jacksonville metropolitan area has more than one million residents (in 1996). The governments of Jacksonville and Duval County are consolidated. Other municipalities in the county are Baldwin, Neptune Beach, Atlantic Beach and Jacksonville Beach. The total area of Jacksonville is 2,264.5 km² (874.3 m²). Jacksonville was originally called Vado de los Cows because of its livestock activity. The city changed its name in 1822 in honor of the first territorial governor of Florida and seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. Jacksonville is often abbreviated as Jax, which is the code for the Jacksonville International Airport.


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Miami Beach

Miami Beach
Miami Beach is a city located in Miami-Dade County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 87,779 inhabitants and a population density of 2,233.68 people per km².

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Hollywood (Florida)

Hollywood (Florida)
Hollywood is a city located in Broward County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 140,768 inhabitants and a population density of 1,770.62 people per km²

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Tampa

Tampa
Tampa is a city in the United States located in Hillsborough County, on the west coast of Florida and also headquartered in the county. According to the 2010 census, the population within the city limits reaches 335,709 inhabitants, 1 occupying the third position in Florida, behind Jacksonville and Miami. Tampa is part of the metropolitan area known as Tampa Bay or Tampa Bay Area, which in turn consists of the Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater conglomerate in which a total of 2.5 million people live and makes it the second largest urban agglomeration of the state and third place in the entire Southeast of the United States.

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Orlando, Florida)

Orlando, Florida)
The city of Orlando is the seat of Orange County and is the central city of the metropolitan area of the same name, as well as the head of the region known as Central Florida, in the state of Florida, in the southeastern United States. According to the 2000 US census, the city had a population of 185,951 (the population in the metropolitan area is 1,644,561). A local population census in 2003 yielded a result of 199,336 inhabitants (1.8 million in the metropolitan area). It is the sixth largest city in Florida and the largest non-coastal city. It is also the head of the third largest metropolitan area in the state, behind Miami-Fort Lauderdale and Tampa-St. Petersburg. The city is mainly known for its hotels and tourist attractions of child and youth interest, particularly the Nick Hotel, owned by the Nickelodeon Children's and Youth Television Channel and its Tourism Chain, Nickelodeon Suites Resort, and also the Walt Disney World Resort Other attractions include SeaWorld and the Universal Orlando Resort. Downtown Orlando, better known as Downtown Orlando, has undergone continuous restructuring, despite being away from major tourist attractions. It is home to Orlando Sentinel, one of the largest newspapers in the state, and the Orlando Magic, a professional NBA basketball team.

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Miami

Miami
Miami (the recommendation of the Association of Spanish Language Academies is to pronounce ['mja.mi] and not [ma'ja.mi]) 2 is an American city located in the southeastern part of Florida on the Miami River, between the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. It is the headquarters of the American county of Miami-Dade. It was founded on July 28, 1896 and according to the 2009 census has a population of 433,136; its metropolitan area encompasses more than 5.4 million inhabitants, which makes it the seventh largest in the United States.3 The United Nations has calculated that in 2008 Miami became the fourth largest urbanized area in the country, behind Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.4 Miami is considered a global city of importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade.5 The city is home to numerous corporate headquarters, Banks and television studios. It is also the international center of popular entertainment in television, music, fashion, cinema and performing arts. The port of Miami is considered the port that hosts the largest volume of cruise ships in the world [citation needed] and is also home to several cruise line companies.6 In addition, the city has the highest concentration of international banks in all States United. In 2008, the city was awarded the title "Cleanest city in the United States" of Forbes magazine for its year working for air quality, large green spaces, clean drinking water and streets, and various recycling programs.7 In that same year, Miami ranked as the third richest American city and the twenty-second in the world, according to a study by UBS AG.8