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Texas is the second largest US state in area after Alaska. It is also the second largest state in population after California. The abbreviation of the “Lone Star State”, as it is nicknamed, is TX. The population is about 22 million. The state, in the south of the US, has many oil wells. The capital of Texas is Austin, the largest city is Houston. Other major major cities are Dallas and San Antonio. Check CITYPOPULATIONREVIEW.COM to learn more about the state facts of Texas.

Marble Falls, Texas

Marble Falls is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, a region known for its rolling hills and scenic views. The city has a population of around 7,154 people, with a median age of 43.9 years. The geography of Marble Falls consists mainly of limestone hills, creeks and rivers, making it an attractive… Read More »

List of Apartments in Texas

5 Star Apartments Company locates available apartments in San Antonio and Corpus Christi. Submit a form, or visit links to other locator services. Website: http://www.five-star-apartments.com/ Accent Locating Referral service helps consumers search for condos, town houses, and apartments in Dallas and Fort Worth. Find out about rental rates, deposits, and move-in specials. Website: http://www.accentlocating.com/ All… Read More »

Texas Tourist Attractions

Special churches, synagogues and missions Rothko Chapel The Rothko Chapel is an ecumenical chapel in the Menil Collection in Houston. The Rothko Chapel was built in 1971. It contains, among other things, a painting cycle from 14 works by Mark Rothko. Furthermore, the sculpture “Broken Obelisk” dedicated to Martin Luther King is on the grounds… Read More »

Houston, Texas Urban Development

  City Population (2021) Houston 2.288.000 Sugar Land 109.000 The Woodlands 116.000 Suburban residential areas as found everywhere in Houston. Unlike, for example, Dallas, Houston has fewer suburbs with large populations. Many suburbs are much smaller and many places are still governed by the relevant counties, and therefore do not have their own municipal government.… Read More »

History of Interstate 35 in Texas

South Texas There is little detailed information about the construction of I-35 between Laredo and San Antonio. The first parts of I-35 in South Texas were the southernmost parts, so I-35 was already ready in 1965 between Laredo and Cotulla. The missing section between Cotulla and southwest of San Antonio was constructed in the second… Read More »

Shopping in Texas

You are always in the right place for shopping in America! Texas also has countless shopping opportunities. The major outlets in San Marcos and Hillsboro are a must-visit for all bargain hunters. Are you looking for something unique? Then you’ve come to the right place at the Galleria in Houston. Also, many fashionistas visit the… Read More »

Sports and Leisure in Texas

Sports and wellness go hand in hand in Texas. After a day of horseback riding or hiking you can enjoy the quiet farm life on the porch of the ranch or relax in your own Western cabin. Some ranches even have extensive spa facilities. Take a cooling dip in the pool or enjoy a wonderful… Read More »

Transportation in Texas

Transportation in Texas is no different than in the rest of America. A rental car is in many cases necessary to see some of the state. Given the size of the state, it’s no surprise that Texas has both the largest highway and the longest railroad in the country. By car Renting a car, along… Read More »

Texas Nature

Texas offers a huge variety of landscapes. The beautiful expanses of prairies are undoubtedly the most famous, but Texas has so many more spectacular places to offer. From the sunny sandy beaches in the south, to sweeping plains in the north, dense pine forests in the east and deep canyons in the west; Texas has… Read More »

Food and Drink in Texas

If Texas only thinks of barbecue and steaks, you should definitely explore the other culinary facets of the Lone Star State. Foodies have already discovered South Texas. This is where Texan and Mexican cuisine meet. San Antonio’s culinary scene is growing and the city’s innovative chefs continue to surprise with mouth-watering and surprising dishes. Some… Read More »

Texas Landmarks

“Everything is bigger in Texas” and that’s right! Texas is America’s second largest state. Texas is huge not only in area, but also in population. As many as 22 million people live in cities such as Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston and the capital Austin. The Lone Star State According to Allpubliclibraries, the ‘Lone… Read More »

Arts and Culture in Texas

If you love art and culture, Texas is for you! The art and culture scene here is very lively. Between Amarillo and Brownsville, you’ll find countless art galleries and cultural centers, including some very notable museums. How about the barbed wire museum or the cowgirl museum? There is even a ‘Museum of Bad Art’, where… Read More »

Texas History and Attractions

According to answermba.com, the state of Texas has some characteristics that distinguish it from all the others quite markedly. First of all the size, it is among the largest states in the USA and, compared to the European ones, it is the largest compared to the others. This creates a large spatial dimension but also… Read More »