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Physical Map of Florida. It shows the physical features of Florida, including mountain ranges, rivers, lakes, coastal plains, the swampy Everglades and islands of Florida Keys..

Florida, officially known as the Sunshine State, shares borders with the states of Alabama and Georgia to the north. On the east, it is bounded by the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, while the Gulf of Mexico lies to the west and south. Covering an area of 65,758 square miles, Florida is the 22nd largest state in the United States.

The geography of Florida is divisible into four primary geographical regions: the Coastal Plains, the Upland South, the Everglades, and the Keys.

The Coastal Plains region encompasses most of the state. It is generally flat and low-lying, sloping gently towards the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. This terrain gives way to miles of beautiful, sandy coastline and picturesque beach towns, a defining feature of Florida. The region is interspersed with marshes and wetlands, especially in the Big Bend area, where the coastline curves to meet the Panhandle.

The Upland South, also known as the North Central region, occupies the northern part of the state. It features a slightly hilly landscape that differentiates it from the rest of Florida’s mostly flat topography. This region is home to the highest point in Florida, Britton Hill, which stands at a modest height of 345 feet above sea level.

The Everglades region, often called the «River of Grass», is located in the southern part of Florida. This large tropical wetland area, a unique geographical feature, houses a wide variety of plant and animal species. It is characterized by shallow, slow-moving water spread over flatlands, creating a marshy terrain.

The Florida Keys, extending from the southern tip of the state right out to the uninhabited Dry Tortugas, is an archipelago consisting of more than 1,700 small islands. The Keys are famous for their coral reefs and tropical climate.

Florida’s geography is not complete without mentioning its significant bodies of water. It boasts thousands of lakes, with the largest being Lake Okeechobee, spanning an impressive 730 square miles. Florida’s long coastline is intersected by several major rivers, including the St. Johns River, the longest in the state. Flowing northward for over 300 miles, this river stands out due to its reversed flow direction. The Apalachicola River in the west and the Miami River in the southeast also play significant roles in the state’s hydrology.

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Administraitve Map of Florida showing its 67 counties and its capital city - Tallahassee

The State of Florida is divided into 67 counties. In alphabetical order, these counties are: Alachua, Baker, Bay, Bradford, Brevard, Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia, DeSoto, Dixie, Duval, Escambia, Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Holmes, Indian River, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Saint Johns, Saint Lucie, Santa Rosa, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Volusia, Wakulla, Walton, and Washington.

With an area of 170,312 sq. km, the State of Florida is the 3rd most populous state in the USA. Located in Leon County, in the heart of the state’s northern panhandle region is Tallahassee – the capital city of Florida. Tallahassee serves as an educational hub for both Florida and the USA. Situated along the banks of St. Johns River, in northeastern Florida is Jacksonville – the state’s largest and the most populous city.

Where is Florida?

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The State of Florida is located in the far southeastern region of the United States. Florida shares its land border with the State of Alabama in the northwest, and with the State of Georgia in the north.  Florida has the largest coastline in the contiguous United States and is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico to the west; by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and by the Straits of Florida to the south.

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Key Facts

Legal Name State of Florida
ISO 3166 Code US-FL
Capital City Tallahassee
Major Cities
  1. Miami (6,264,792)
  2. Tampa-St. Petersburg (2,977,213)
  3. Orlando (2,071,152)
  4. Jacksonville, Florida (1,329,743)
  5. Cape Coral (935,289)
  6. Sarasota-Bradenton (757,462)
  7. Kissimmee (584,972)
  8. Port St. Lucie (555,758)
  9. Palm Bay-Melbourne (533,760)
  10. Daytona Beach-Port Orange (506,140)
  11. Bonita Springs-Naples (464,046)
  12. Lakeland (363,824)
  13. Pensacola (358,866)

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This Florida map shows cities, roads, rivers, and lakes. For example, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville are some of the most populous cities shown on this map of Florida.

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Florida is America’s swampy playground. Houses don’t have basements in Florida because you hit groundwater so easily. It’s also surrounded by miles and miles of beaches, including Cape Coral and Fort Lauderdale.

Florida is home to Disney World in Orlando. It’s not only this theme park, but it has SeaWorld, Epcot, Universal Studios, and Busch Gardens. Florida is like a theme park playground for both adults and kids. It’s also known as the Sunshine State because Florida has an average of 237 days of sunshine every year.

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About Florida

The Facts:

Capital: Tallahassee.
Area: 65,758 sq mi (170,312 sq km).
Population: ~ 22,300,000.
Cities of Florida: Jacksonville,
Miami,
Tampa,
Orlando,
St. Petersburg,
Hialeah,
Tallahassee,
Pembroke Pines,
Hollywood,
Miramar,
Gainesville,
Fort Lauderdale,
Port St. Lucie,
Cape Coral,
Coral Springs,
Clearwater,
Palm Bay,
Boca Raton,
Pompano Beach,
Palm Beach,
West Palm Beach,
Lakeland,
Largo,
Deerfield Beach,
Melbourne,
Boynton Beach,
Fort Myers,
Weston,
Kissimmee,
Delray Beach,
Daytona Beach,
Panama City,
Pensacola,
Sarasota.
Abbreviations: FL.
National parks: Dry Tortugas, Everglades, Biscayne.
Islands of Florida: Lido Key, Captiva, Sanibel Island, Santa Rosa Island, Treasure Island, Venetian Islands, St Pete Beach, Clearwater Beach.

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Florida, commonly referred to as the Sunshine State, is situated in the southeastern region of the United States. Covering an area of over 65,000 square miles, it is the 22nd largest state in the U.S. with a population of 21.5 million residents making it the 3rd most populous state.

Florida boasts a long coastline with beautiful beaches that attract numerous tourists each year. Apart from its scenic beaches and inviting weather, Florida is also popular for its world-renowned theme parks that offer fun-filled activities for the whole family, wildlife reserves, museums, and cultural sites, which you can see on the Florida state map.

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Florida History

In 1513, during his search for the Fountain of Youth, Juan Ponce de Leon discovered the land that would become known as Florida. It soon became a target for colonization by the Spanish, who established settlements in the 16th century that would form the basis of modern-day Florida.

The state played a significant role in the Civil War, with several notable battles fought on its soil. During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, Florida was a major site for protests and activism, with significant events such as the Tallahassee bus boycott and the St. Augustine Movement taking place within its borders.

Florida Geography

Florida, a southeastern state in the USA, is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, making it a hub of aquatic activity. The state’s diverse landscape, intertwined with swamps, forests, and beaches, offers bountiful opportunities for outdoor adventures. Georgia and Alabama are situated to the north on the map of Florida.

Furthermore, Florida has over 30,000 lakes and an abundance of rivers and springs that cater to many water-based activities. With a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, Florida has become a diverse, vibrant place ready to welcome visitors to its many cities such as Miami, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tallahassee, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, St. Petersburg, Gainesville, and West Palm Beach.

Florida Tourist Attractions

Florida is a popular tourist destination with many attractions. The state’s attractions range from theme parks to national parks, from beaches to museums.

Theme Parks

Florida is home to some of the most famous theme parks in the world. These parks are a major draw for tourists from all over the world. Here are some of the top theme parks in Florida:

  • Walt Disney World: This theme park is one of the most famous in the world. It is home to four separate parks and a wide range of attractions, shows, and events.
  • Universal Studios: This theme park is known for its movie-themed attractions and rides. It is a popular destination for families and thrill-seekers alike.
  • SeaWorld Orlando: This park is known for its marine life exhibits and shows. It is a great destination for families with young children.

Beaches

Florida’s beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world. They are a major draw for tourists and residents alike. Here are some of the top beaches in the state of Florida:

  • Miami Beach: This beach is known for its vibrant nightlife and luxurious hotels.
  • Clearwater Beach: This beach is known for its crystal clear water and white sand.
  • Daytona Beach: This beach is a popular destination for racing fans and families.
  • Key West: This beach is located on the southernmost point of the continental United States, in South Florida. It is known for its laid-back atmosphere and beautiful sunsets.
  • Pompano Beach: This beach is located on the east coast of Florida and is known for its fishing and watersports.
  • Fort Lauderdale Beach: This beach is known for its vibrant nightlife and luxurious hotels.
  • Cocoa Beach: This beach is located on the east coast of Florida and is known for its surfing and family-friendly environment.
  • Panama City Beach: This beach is located on the Gulf Coast and is known for its friendly atmosphere and lively nightlife.

National Parks

Florida is home to two major national parks. These parks are a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Here are the top national parks in Florida:

  • Everglades National Park: This park is known for its unique ecosystem and diverse wildlife. It is a great place to go hiking, birdwatching, and exploring.
  • Dry Tortugas National Park: This park is located on a remote island and is only accessible by boat or seaplane. It is known for its beautiful coral reefs and historic fort.

Other Attractions

Florida is home to many other attractions, including museums, historic sites, and cultural landmarks. Here are some of the top attractions in Florida:

  • Kennedy Space Center: This historic site is a must-visit for anyone interested in space exploration. It is home to many exhibits and artifacts related to NASA’s space program.
  • St. Augustine: This historic city is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States. It is known for its Spanish colonial architecture and historic landmarks.
  • Ringling Museum of Art: This museum is home to one of the most impressive art collections in the world. It is a must-visit for art lovers.

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What Is Florida Famous For?

Florida is famous for a variety of reasons, including its beautiful beaches that attract millions of visitors each year, its world-renowned theme parks such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, and its warm weather that allows for year-round outdoor activities.

What Are the Major Cities in Florida?

The largest of Florida cities is Miami, which is known for its vibrant nightlife, beaches, and multicultural population. Jacksonville, located in the northern part of the state, is the largest city by area. Orlando is famous for its theme parks, including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Other major cities in Florida include Tallahassee, the state capital, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, St. Petersburg, Gainesville, and West Palm Beach.

What Are the Top Tourist Attractions in Florida?

The top tourist attractions in Florida include Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Miami Beach, Everglades National Park, the Florida Keys, Fort Myers, and Kennedy Space Center.

Is Florida a Good Place To Live?

A winter haven for many, Florida is a popular U.S. state to live in due to its warm weather, beaches, attractions, and low taxes. However, it is also prone to hurricanes and has a high cost of living in certain areas.

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