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Map of Florida - Florida also known as the Sunshine State, is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. Froida is the 22nd largest state by area and third-most populous state in the United States. The state is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.

Map of Florida (FL) State, United States

Map of Florida (FL Map) showing the state capital, state boundary, highways, rail network, rivers, major cities and towns

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    About Florida State

    Florida is located in the southeastern portion of the United States. Florida has the longest coastline in the contiguous United States, stretching for about 1,350 miles (2,170 kilometers) along the Atlantic Ocean in the east and the Gulf of Mexico in the west. It is known for its beautiful beaches and numerous coastal communities. Florida has two time zones (UTC -6:00 / -5:00 CT & UTC -5:00 / -4:00 ET), the state experiences varied climates all throughout the region.

    The southern part of the state is characterized by its large Hispanic community, with Miami being the largest Latin city in the world found north of Mexico. The state is the 3rd most populous state in the nation, with a population of over 21 million and the 8th most densely populated. It covers an area of Spanning 65,758 square miles (170,310 km2). There are 67 counties, 267 cities, 123 towns, and 21 villages in the U.S. state of Florida, a total of 411 incorporated municipalities.

    Geography of Florida

    Its borders are Alabama and Georgia to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and the straits of Florida to its south. Its close proximity to the Bahamas and South American countries has created a unique culture that is quintessentially Florida, which is evident in the city of Miami.

    Florida State Facts

    State NameFlorida
    NicknameSunshine State
    CountryUnited States
    ContinentNorth America
    Capital CityTallahassee
    Lagest cityJacksonville
    AbbreviationFL, Fla. US-FL
    State FlowerOrange Blossom
    State BirdMockingbird
    Joined the UnionMarch 3, 1845 (27th)
    Area65,755 sq mi(170,304 km2) [Rank - 22nd]
    TimezoneUTC -5.00 CDT (Exampel city- Pensacola)
    UTC -4.00 EDT (Example City -Miami)
    Population21,538,187 (2020 Census) - 3rd
    Highest PointBritton Hill
    Lowest PointAtlantic Ocean
    State Route27
    AirportsOrlando International Airport- MCO (Orlando), Miami International Airport - MIA (Miami), Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood Int'l Airport -FLL (Fort Lauderdale), Tampa International Airport - TPA (Tampa), Southwest Florida International Airport - RSW (Fort Myers), Palm Beach International Airport - PBI (West Palm Beach), Jacksonville International Airport - JAX (Jacksonville)
    Intercity railBrightline, Amtrak, rapid transit, commuter rail & intercity rail
    Major Sports Team3 NFL teams, 2 MLB teams, 2 NBA teams, 2 NHL teams, and 2 MLS teams
    Official Websitewww.myflorida.com

    History of Florida

    Its highest point is Britton Hill, which sits at 345 feet above sea level, making it the lowest high point in the entire country. It has a total of 19 metropolitan areas, with Miami being the largest in the state, and that of the entire southeast United States.

    The first inhabitants of the state were the Paleo-Indians believed to reside in the region about 14,000 years ago, as archaeological evidence shows. When the first Europeans arrived in Florida in the 16th century, several American Indians settled in the region, some of which were the Apalache, the Tocobaga, Timucua, Calusa, and Tequesta. Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon is credited for being the first European to set foot in the region on April 2, 1513. He named the land La Florida, which means Flowery Land, due to the abundance of vegetation that was in bloom when he arrived during Easter.

    Over the following hundred years, Florida was settled by the Spanish and the French. Great Britain was able to gain control over the region after the French were defeated and the Peace of Paris was implemented in 1763. Great Britain decided to separate the state to East Florida and West Florida.

    The Spanish regained control over the 2 regions after the defeat of Britain by the colonies of America. By 1819, the East and West Florida regions were given to the United States for $5 million under the Adams-Onis Treaty, and became one single region once again. Florida achieved statehood on March 3, 1845.

    Economy of Florida

    Tourism is the biggest industry in Florida, followed by the agriculture sector. Florida's tourism consists of the best amusement parks in the world, high end beach front resorts, and national parks. The state is the biggest producers of citrus fruit, specifically oranges- which the state is known for. Other important industries include construction, life sciences, biomedicine, and international banking.

    Travel Destinations in Florida

    Over 60 million people visit the state each year. Due to its warm weather and hundreds of miles of coastline, people from all over the country and the world visit the state for its many tourist offerings. Among these popular tourist destinations are the amusement parks in Orlando, such as the Universal Orlando Resort, the Busch Gardens, and SeaWorld. Walt Disney World Resort is also located at Lake Buena Vista, contributing a major part in the state's tourism industry. It is the largest vacation resort in the entire world, complete with 4 major theme parks and over 20 hotels. Popular cities to visit are definitely Miami and St. Augustine. For the young tourist who wants to enjoy the best nightlife and art scene in the state, Miami boasts of vibrant cultures, beautiful beaches, a lively atmosphere in South Beach, art festivals, and its famous art deco architecture found all around the city.

    For the tourist who wants a little bit of history, the city of St. Augustine offers cobble-stone streets, charming cafes and restos, museums, and horse-drawn carriages found in its Historic Center. Established in 1565 by the Spaniards, this city is the oldest continuous settlement in the country.

    Regions of Florida

    Florida's land is divided into eight regions: Florida Panhandle, North Central Florida, Northeast Florida, Central West Florida, Central Florida, Central East Florida, Southwest Florida and South Florida.

    Florida PanhandleNorth Central FloridaNortheast FloridaCentral West Florida
    Emerald CoastBig BendFirst CoastNature Coast
    Forgotten CoastNature CoastJacksonville metropolitan areaTampa Bay Area
    North FloridaNorth FloridaNorth FloridaFlorida Suncoast
    Pensacola metropolitan areaGainesville metropolitan area Central Florida
    Tallahassee metropolitan area  Greater Orlando
    Central East FloridaCentral FloridaSouthwest FloridaSouth Florida
    Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach metropolitan areaGreater OrlandoFlorida HeartlandEverglades
    Surf Coast/Fun Coast/Halifax Area Florida EvergladesGold Coast
    Space Coast Florida SuncoastFlorida Keys
    Treasure Coast Sarasota metropolitan areaMiami metropolitan area
      Ten Thousand Islands

    List of Counties in Florida - Explore Map of Each County

    There are 67 counties in the U.S. state of Florida that is home to more than 21 million people.

    Top 20 Largest Cities in Florida (by Population)

    This is list of top 20 largest cities in Florida with populations above 100,000 as of 2021.

    1JacksonvilleDuval County949,611
    2MiamiMiami-Dade County442,241
    3TampaHillsborough County384,959
    4OrlandoOrange County307,573
    5St. PetersburgPinellas County258,308
    6HialeahMiami-Dade County223,109
    7Port St. LucieSt. Lucie County204,851
    8TallahasseeLeon County196,169
    9Cape CoralLee County194,016
    10Fort LauderdaleBroward County182,760
    11Pembroke PinesBroward County171,178
    12HollywoodBroward County153,067
    13GainesvilleAlachua County141,085
    14MiramarBroward County134,721
    15Coral SpringsBroward County134,394
    16Palm BayBrevard County119,760
    17West Palm BeachPalm Beach County117,415
    18ClearwaterPinellas County117,292
    19BrandonHillsborough County114,626
    20Lehigh AcresLee County114,287

    Top 10 Longest Rivers in Florida

    • 1.Chattahoochee River – 430 miles (690 km)
    • 2. St. Johns River – 310 miles (500 km)
    • 3. Suwannee River – 246 miles (396 km)
    • 4. Ochlockonee River – 206 miles (332 km)
    • 5. Alapaha River – 202 miles (325 km)
    • 6. Conecuh River – 198 miles (319 km)
    • 7. Pea River – 154 miles (248 km)
    • 8. Indian River – 153 miles (246 km)
    • 9. Choctawhatchee River – 141 miles (227 km)
    • 10. Withlacoochee River (central Florida) – 141 miles (227 km)