___ Reference Map of Florida (FL)
About FloridaFlorida is an internationally well known US state in the southeastern part of the United States, mostly situated on a large peninsula that extends roughly from north to south into the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Sunshine State (its Nickname) is bordered in north by the US states of Alabama and Georgia.
With an area of 170,304 km² (65,755 sq mi) the state is slightly larger than twice the size of Austria.
Florida has a population of 19.3 million people (est. 2013). Capital city is Tallahassee, most populous city is Jacksonville (pop: 880,000), most populous metropolitan area is Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach with 5.5 million people.
Spoken languages are English (75%) and Spanish (19%).
The former Spanish territory of La Florida was ceded to the United States in 1819, it was then known as Florida Territory. Admission to the Union on 3rd March 1845.
Florida's Main Geographical Features [show]
The detailed map is showing the US state of Florida with boundaries, the state capital Tallahassee,
major cities and populated places, streams and lakes, interstate highways, principal highways, and railroads.
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Reference Map of Florida
Map is based on a state map of The National Atlas of the USA.
|Cities in Florida
Map shows the location of following cities and towns in Florida:
Apalachicola, Arcadia, Avon Park, Bartow, Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Bonita Springs, Bradenton, Brooksville, Cape Coral, Clearwater (part of Tampa Bay Area), Coral Springs, Crestview, Dade City, Daytona Beach, De Funiak Springs, De Land, Delray Beach, Deltona, Eustis, Everglades City, Fernandina Beach, Fort Lauderdale (part of Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach metropolitan area), Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Fort Walton Beach, Gainesville, Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Islamorada, Jacksonville (largest city), Jacksonville Beach, Jupiter, Kendall, Key Largo, Key West, Kissimmee, Lake City, Lake Wales, Lakeland, Largo, Leesburg, Live Oak, Madison, Marathon, Marianna, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Miami (largest metropolitan area), Miami Beach, Moore Haven, Naples, New Smyrna Beach, Ocala, Okeechobee, Orlando (Disney World Orlando), Ormond Beach, Pahokee, Palatka, Palm Bay, Palm Coast, Panama City, Pensacola, Perry, Pompano Beach, Port Charlotte, Port St Joe, Port St Lucie, Punta Gorda, Sanford, Sarasota, Sebring, Spring Hill, St Augustine, St Petersburg (part of Tampa Bay Area), Starke, Tallahassee (capital city), Tampa (part of Tampa Bay Area), Titusville, Valparaiso, Vero Beach, West Palm Beach, and Winter Haven.
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