Texas is the second largest and second most populous state in the United States of America. Owing to its remarkable size, distinctive culture and politics, and colorful history, many Texans maintain a fiercely independent attitude, with Texan identity often superseding American identity.
Austin is a city of over 700,000 people in the Hill Country region of the U.S.
The Prairies and Lakes Region is located in the north central part of Texas.
Big Bend National Park is vast, rugged, and one of the least visited national parks in the continental U.S.
The Hill Country is a region of the state of Texas in the United States of America.
Dallas, the ninth largest city in the United States and the third largest in the state of Texas, is an impressive melting pot of culture and character.
Texas' Gulf Coast stretches for hundreds of miles, from the Louisiana border to Brownsville on the Rio Grande.
Houston is a sprawling port city in Southeastern Texas.
Big Bend Country is a region in Texas. It is also referred to as the Big Bend region.
San Antonio is the third largest city in the state of Texas and the 7th largest in the United States.
The northwest corner of Texas is known as the Texas Panhandle, probably because it juts out in stark plaintiveness from the rest of the state.
Lubbock is the largest city in the Panhandle of Texas and serves as the area's agricultural and economic hub.
Texas's southern region is, for the most part, a forbidding desert area.
Waco is a city in the Blackland Prairie region of north central Texas, in the United States of America.
Piney Woods is a region in northeast Texas. Great fishing and good golf facilities are in this area.
El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas, on the United States-Mexico border.
Addison is a suburb of Dallas and is one of the area's most popular places.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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