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La Florida is a peninsula that extends south-east of the United States of America and is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Due to its privileged position, it enjoys a warm climate practically all year round, even if rainfall occurs from June to October. Florida is the home of fun from every point of view, both in terms of contact with the uncontaminated nature of the territory and with the crystal clear waters that surround it, and for the countless accommodation activities, among which the famous theme parks stand out.
Il religious tourism it is the main source of income, so the residents welcome visitors with great cordiality and sympathy; considering that there are about 1000 new inhabitants per year who move to this territory, Florida boasts a melting pot of different habits and ways of life, all accepted in everyday life.
The capital of Florida is Tallahassee, a city of nearly 160.000 inhabitants.
Florida was "discovered" by a Spanish explorer who baptized it Easter Florida, in honor of Palm Sunday. While joining the Union of States in the mid-1800s, it will be with the construction of the first railway that the State will become an integral part of the rest of the federation and above all it will begin to be a travel destination. Thus began the country's first tourism industry. At the end of the Second World War, many retirees settle in this warm and welcoming country, joined by Cubans fleeing because they are anti-Castro. In 1970, the opening of the large park Disneyworld gives a great boost to local employment, the economy and the decisive launch of Florida as a tourist destination.
One of the major cities of Florida is Miami. It is a cosmopolitan urban center, which offers beaches frequented by all types of tourists. There is no shortage of trendy districts with boutiques and shopping centers, but next to the district dedicated to Art Deco as well as the characteristic Cuban-style district, Little Havana.
Orlando is another major Florida city that offers an urban center with museums and historic buildings to visit. However, the city is best known as the home of the most famous playground, DisneyWorld, about half an hour from downtown. Then there is in the surroundings the Sea World, in which to be in contact with dolphins, sharks and killer whales; the Universal Studio where you can admire the locations of the great films and the Aerospace Center of Cape Canaveral, from which the adventure in space of the Apollo spacecraft also began.
For those who love fun in the beauty of nature, the coral reef offers the opportunity to dive with unparalleled views of an infinite variety of fish species, as well as dolphins and manatees. In the southern parks, especially in the isole Everglades, you can admire colonies of alligators as well as herons, pelicans, egrets and other species of birds very common in the area. Visitors can indulge in canoeing, kayaking, fishing, bird watching, admiring a very rich subtropical ecosystem.
|FLORIDA, FL – 30.46N, 084.28W||STATE MAP - OFFICIAL SITE|
|ABNAMED: “The Sunshine State”|
|ORIGIN NAME: It was discovered by Juan Ponce de Leòn in 1513, the day of Pascua Florida, Palm Sunday, hence the name.|
|OTHER CITIES': Miami, Orlando, Tampa|
|MEMBER UNION FROM: 3 March 1845 (27th state)|
|CAPITAL POPULATION: 191.279 from.|
|COUNTY NUMBER: 67|
|POOR PEOPLE: 14,4 % water content|
|MOTTO: “In God we trust”|
|TREE: Other Palmetto|
|FLOWER: Orange Blossom|
|SONG: Suwannee River|
|FLAG: On a field of white there is a red X, the Florida flag represents the land of the sun, flowers, palm trees, rivers and lakes. The seal features a shining sun, a cabbage palm tree, steambot sailing, and a Native American Seminole woman scattering flowers. The flag was adopted in 1899.|
- AGRICULTURE: Citrus fruits, vegetables, livestock, sugar cane, dairy products.
- INDUSTRY : Tourism, food processing.
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