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Texas is the second largest state in the United States of America, on the basis of population as well as size, which also offers a wide range of tourist attractions. The state of Texas is well-known as the Lone
Star State, signifying the state’s struggle for independence from Mexico, which is also present as a symbol on the flag as well as on the Texas state seal.

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Situated in the south-central part of USA, the state of Texas possesses a common international border with the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, and Nuevo León, along with sharing common borders with the US states of New Mexico in the West, Oklahoma in the North, Louisiana in the East, and Arkansas in the northeast.

The State has 11 ecological regions, 10 climatic regions and 14 soil regions. A classification system segregates different ecological areas of Texas Gulf Coastal Plains, Interior Lowlands, Great Plains and Basin, and Range Province. Texas houses 15 major rivers with Rio Grande being the largest. Other major ones include Colorado, Pecos and Red River.

Texas Counties
The state which covers approximately 268,820 square miles of area is home to more than 26 million people of the world. The state of Texas is sub-divided in as many as 254 counties, and into several geographic regions, ranging from landscapes to beaches, to canyons and hills, to rugged hills and rolling plains, to lakes and rivers, to desert and mountains. Texas offers a complete package for every type of traveler in the state. Some of the more prominent counties of the state are Austin County, Bexar County, Dallas County, El Paso County, Houston County, Orange County, Travis County, and Washington County, among many others. The largest city in the state is Houston (fourth largest in US) and the state capital is Austin. Other major cities include San Antonio, Dallas, Fort-Worth and El Paso.

Having talked of the geography of this enormous state, let’s have a look at some of the major counties and main tourist attractions.

Travis County
Located in the south-central part of Texas, Travis County is the fifth most populous county in the state. Travis County has a population of 1,024,266 people. It is also a part of the Greater Austin, with the county seat being Austin. One aspect of the county that cannot be missed is that it is home to various springs, such as the Coleman Springs, Santa Monica or Sulphur Springs and Spicewood Springs to name a few. The county also includes a part of the Balcones Canyonlands, a reserved area for the conservation of endangered species. The state capital Austin is also situated in this county.

Austin offers many interesting destinations to a first-time traveler, like the 311 feet high Capitol Building. The admission to this spot is absolutely free, and usually guided tours are provided for visitors. Another place to be checked out is the biggest urban bat colony in North America. The spectators can have a look at more than 1.5 million Mexican free tailed bats usually at the time of sunset. Austin and the Travis County proudly boast of the very famous University of Texas in the city, which is one of the oldest universities in the state and possesses a huge underground tunnel system. The university is one of the few universities which attract huge federal research grants.

Mount Bonnell, standing tall at 780 feet above sea level overlooking Lake Austin, is one of the famous tourist spots in Austin, which is made of natural limestone.

Harris County
The largest city of the state and also the county seat of Harris County, Houston is a city full of successive circuits of highways. Although the city has immense humidity, it has an arduous energy in the air. For its visitors, it offers exuberant museums, greatly regarded performing arts, theaters, and an amazing nightlife. For all those interested in space travel, Houston offers the Space Center Houston, the official center of the NASA’s Johnson Space Center. People can visit this facility and also take the NASA’s Tram Tour, along with enjoying the various space exhibits, artifacts and hardware of the facility. Also, not very far from this Space Center, the Harris County has the Texas Gulf Coast, whose beaches cover approximately 350 miles, starting from South Padre Island to the Rio Grande Valley, ending at the Louisiana border.

Another exotic location not to be missed is the Big Bend National Park. It is the largest protected area not only in Texas, but also in the US. The national park is home to more than 1,000 species of plants, 400 species of birds, 75 species of mammals, and 50 species of reptiles. The Rio Grande River forms an international boundary, thereby segregating the United States and Mexico for more than 1,000 miles, thereby sometimes facing unusual constraints on its administration.

Dallas County
Other gems in the feather in the State of Texas are the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio, which offer a huge range of attractions to their visitors. The city of Dallas, which is the county seat of Dallas County, along with Fort Worth is one of the metropolitan areas of the US. The city holds a historical importance for being a prominent center of the oil and cotton industries. If you’re one of those seeking adventures in this land, then definitely Dallas County is your place, the ruins of the Old Cahawba cannot be missed here. It is an archeological park that possesses many a natural wonders. Old Depot Museum, Sturdivant Hall and the Vaughan-Smitherman Museum are other important places of archeological importance in the county.

Bexar County
There is no dearth of attractions in the Bexar County of Texas, whose county seat is San Antonio. One of the most recognized landmarks of historical attraction of US, Alamo, is located in the Bexar County. Many American legends passed away defending this landmark. One can also visit the Alamo Gift Museum so as to help with the proceeds for this charitable cause.

Something which cannot be overlooked in this county is the River Walk, one of San Antonio’s main tourist attractions, which is also known as ‘The American Venice.’ This three-mile romantic picturesque stretch is a waterside downtown terrain, providing for awesome dining facilities, amazing shopping opportunities and alluring entertainment. Also, its sidewalks connect it to the popular attractions like the Rivercenter mall, Alamo, and the Tower Life Building.

Universities and Colleges
Texas has around 36 universities in total, out of which 32 belong to one of the six state university systems. The top colleges and universities of the state are University of Texas at Austin, the Texas State University in San Marcos, University of Houston, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, Texas College, Baylor University, St. Edward’s University and Lamar University. The University of Texas at Austin, the Texas A&M University, and the University of Houston, has been listed in Tier One research institutes by the Carnegie Foundation.

The University of Texas at Austin boasts of providing the fifth-largest enrollment in a single-campus, across the country.

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Texas Counties

 
County NamePopulationArea (sq. mi.)
Anderson County551091070.79
Andrews County130041500.64
Angelina County80130801.56
Aransas County22497251.86
Archer County8854909.7
Armstrong County2148913.63
Atascosa County386281232.12
Austin County23590652.59
Bailey County6594826.69
Bandera County17645791.73
Bastrop County57733888.35
Baylor County4093870.77
Bee County32359880.14
Bell County2379741059.72
Bexar County13929311246.82
Blanco County8418711.24
Borden County729898.8
Bosque County17204989.18
Bowie County89306887.87
Brazoria County2417671386.4
Brazos County152415585.78
Brewster County88666192.61
Briscoe County1790900.25
Brooks County7976943.28
Brown County37674943.85
Burleson County16470665.54
Burnet County34147996.04
Caldwell County32194545.73
Calhoun County20647512.31
Callahan County12905898.62
Cameron County335227905.76
Camp County11549197.51
Carson County6516923.19
Cass County30438937.35
Castro County8285898.31
Chambers County26031599.31
Cherokee County466591052.22
Childress County7688710.34
Clay County110061097.82
Cochran County3730775.22
Coke County3864898.81
Coleman County92351260.2
Collin County491675847.56
Collingsworth County3206918.8
Colorado County20390962.95
Comal County78021561.45
Comanche County14026937.69
Concho County3,966991.45
Cooke County36,363873.64
Coryell County74,9781051.76
Cottle County1,904901.18
Crane County3,996785.56
Crockett County4,0992807.42
Crosby County7,072899.51
Culberson County2,9753812.46
Dallam County6,2221504.69
Dallas County2,218,899879.6
Dawson County14,985902.06
Deaf Smith County18,5611497.34
Delta County5,327277.08
Denton County432,976888.54
Dewitt County20,013909.18
Dickens County2,762904.21
Dimmit County10,2481330.91
Donley County3,828929.77
Duval County13,1201792.71
Eastland County18,297926.01
Ector County121,123901.06
Edwards County21622119.75
El Paso County111360939.91
Ellis County6796221013.11
Erath County330011086.33
Falls County18576769.09
Fannin County31242891.45
Fayette County21804950.03
Fisher County4344901.16
Floyd County7771992.19
Foard County1622706.68
Fort Bend County354452874.64
Franklin County9458285.66
Freestone County17867877.43
Frio County162521133.02
Gaines County144671502.35
Galveston County250158398.47
Garza County4872895.56
Gillespie County208141061.06
Glasscock County1406900.75
Goliad County6928853.52
Gonzales County186281067.75
Gray County22744928.28
Grayson County110595933.51
Gregg County111379274.03
Grimes County23552793.6
Guadalupe County89023711.14
Hale County366021004.65
Hall County3782903.09
Hamilton County8229835.71
Hansford County5369919.8
Hardeman County4724695.38
Hardin County48073894.33
Harris County34005781728.83
Harrison County62110898.71
Hartley County55371462.25
Haskell County6093902.97
Hays County97589677.87
Hemphill County3351909.68
Henderson County73277874.24
Hidalgo County5694631569.75
Hill County32321962.36
Hockley County22716908.28
Hood County41100421.61
Hopkins County31960782.4
Houston County231851230.89
Howard County33627902.84
Hudspeth County33444571
Hunt County76596841.16
Hutchinson County23857887.37
Irion County17711051.48
Jack County8763916.61
Jackson County14391829.49
Jasper County35604937.4
Jeff Davis County22072264.43
Jefferson County252051903.55
Jim Hogg County52811136.11
Jim Wells County39326864.52
Johnson County126811729.42
Jones County20785930.99
County NamePopulationArea (sq. mi.)
Karnes County15446750.32
Kaufman County71,313786.04
Kendall County23,743662.44
Kenedy County4141456.77
Kent County859902.33
Kerr County43,6531106.12
Kimble County4,4681250.7
King County356912.29
Kinney County3,3791363.44
Kleberg County31,549870.97
Knox County4,253849
La Salle County48,499916.81
Lamar County14,7091016.21
Lamb County17,762712.04
Lampasas County5,8661488.85
Lavaca County19,210969.9
Lee County15,657628.5
Leon County15,3351072.04
Liberty County70,1541159.68
Limestone County22,051908.88
Lipscomb County3,057932.11
Live Oak County12,3091036.3
Llano County17,044934.76
Loving County67673.08
Lubbock County242,628899.49
Lynn County6,550891.88
Madison County8,2051069.31
Marion County213,5171041.88
Martin County8511113
Mason County12,940469.65
Matagorda County10,941381.21
Maverick County4,746914.78
McCulloch County3,738932.07
McLennan County37,9571114.46
McMullen County47,2971280.08
Medina County39,3041327.76
Menard County2,360901.91
Midland County116,009900.25
Milam County24,2381016.71
Mills County5,151748.11
Mitchell County9,698910.04
Montague County19,117930.66
Montgomery County293,7681044.03
Moore County20,121899.66
Morris County13,048254.51
Motley County1,426989.38
Nacogdoches County59,203946.77
Navarro County45,1241007.66
Newton County15,072932.69
Nolan County15,802911.98
Nueces County313,645835.82
Ochiltree County9,006917.56
Oldham County2,1851500.63
Orange County84,966356.4
Palo Pinto County27,026952.93
Panola County22,756800.92
Parker County88,495903.51
Parmer County10,016881.66
Pecos County16,8094763.66
Polk County41,1331057.26
Potter County113,546909.24
Presidio County7,3043855.51
Rains County9,139232.05
Randall County104,312914.43
Reagan County3,3261175.3
Real County3,047699.91
Red River County14,3141050.18
Reeves County13,1372635.88
Refugio County7,828770.21
Roberts County887924.09
Robertson County16,000854.56
Rockwall County43,080128.79
Runnels County11,4951050.73
Rusk County47,372923.55
Sabine County10,469490.27
San Augustine County8,946527.87
San Jacinto County22,246570.65
San Patricio County67,138691.65
San Saba County6,1861134.47
Schleicher County2,9351310.61
Scurry County16,361902.5
Shackelford County3,302913.95
Shelby County25,224794.11
Sherman County3,186923.03
Smith County174,706928.38
Somervell County6,809187.17
Starr County53,5971223.02
Stephens County9,674894.64
Sterling County1,393923.36
Stonewall County1,693918.67
Sutton County4,0771453.76
Swisher County8,378900.43
Tarrant County1,446,219863.42
Taylor County126,555915.63
Terrell County1,0812357.72
Terry County12,761889.88
Throckmorton County1,850912.34
Titus County28,118410.54
Tom Green County104,0101522.1
Travis County812,280989.3
Trinity County13,779692.84
Tyler County20,871922.9
Upshur County35,291587.64
Upton County3,4041241.68
Uvalde County25,9261556.55
Val Verde County44,8563170.38
Van Zandt County48,140848.64
Victoria County84,088882.5
Walker County61,758787.45
Waller County32,663513.63
Ward County10,909835.49
Washington County30,373609.22
Webb County193,1173356.83
Wharton County41,1881090.13
Wheeler County5,284914.26
Wichita County131,664627.66
Wilbarger County14,676971.06
Willacy County20,082596.68
Williamson County249,9671122.77
Wilson County32,408806.99
Winkler County7,173841.05
Wise County48,793904.61
Wood County36,752650.22
Yoakum County7,322799.75
Young County17,943922.33
Zapata County12,182996.76
Zavala County11,6001298.48

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