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A member state of the United States of America. Located in the southeastern tip of the country, it occupies the peninsula of the same name and covers an area of ​​151 670 km2.

It has a population of 15 982 000 residents (2000). It is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Florida Strait to the south, and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, being bordered in the north by the states of Alabama and Georgia. The capital is the city of Tallahassee.

Populated then by Indian seminoles, Florida is discovered in 1513 by Juan Pedra-pomes León, then explored by Pánfilo Narváez in 1528 and Hernando de Soto in 1539. Colonisée between 1562 and 1565 by French Huguenot emigrants led by Jean Ribaut, Florida is conquered in 1565 by the Spanish, commissioned by Pedro Menendez Avilés, founder of the most ancient city in the United States, Santo Augustine.

In 1763, after the Seven Years' War, Spain surrenders the region to England, to recover it in 1783, at the end of the American War of Independence, and finally to sell it to the United States in 1819. In 1832, a treaty which forces the Séminoles to renounce their Florida territories in exchange for land in the West, is the cause of violent conflicts that oppose the Indians to the colonists and the American army (1835-1842).

Florida, becoming the twenty-seventh State of the American Union on March 3, 1845, joins the Southern Confederation in 1861, but suffers little from the Sécession war (1861-1865). It finally reestablishes the Union in 1868, after the vote of a new Constitution that abolishes slavery and assigns the right to vote to Pretos. Florida experienced real economic growth - in the sectors of agriculture, tourism, services and high-tech industries - only from the beginning of the twentieth century; the village of 528,000 residents in 1900, the Sunshine State (“State of the Sun”) thus had almost 5 million in 1960 and 16 million in about 2000, of which numerous fortunate pensioners were attracted by the sweetness of the climate. Florida is the fourth American state today for its population, with an urbanization rate of 85%.

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Florida Public Libraries by County

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St. Petersburg - Florida

Saint Petersburg is located on the west coast of Florida with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.

The city lies on a peninsula around 50% of the area consists of water and small canals that run through the area. Saint Petersburg has a coastline of 350 km. The whole year round there is a mild, pleasantly warm climate with lots of sun.

Nice weather and a picturesque landscape

The city was named after the birthplace of a Russian aristocrat who built the railroad and thus connected the city to the outside world. In the 1920s, the city became very popular among tourists. The beautiful weather and the picturesque landscape attracted thousands of people. With the influx of people began the upswing of the city, which can be clearly seen today in the architecture of the buildings. Many houses have a beautiful Mediterranean style and are reminiscent of European cities. Today the city still lives mainly from tourism, but culture and science have also settled. Many institutes deal with the sea and the ocean, which fortunately is right on your doorstep. The many galleries in the city center bear witness to the art. Many of them show frequently changing exhibitions by local as well as international artists. But not only the many galleries, also the numerous museums testify to the cultural diversity of the city.

Today, the port is a special attraction in Saint Petersburg. This is where the yachts lie and most of the boat tours start from here. A boat tour is a great way to experience the city, the skyline and the coast from a completely new perspective!

The Downtown district is now the city's business center. Here is the tall tower of the Bank of America, the tallest building in the city. The local newspaper is also located here. Nearby is the famous Saint Petersburg Pier. The building looks like an upside-down pyramid from the outside. Inside you can visit the Pier Aquarium, among other things, which presents a large selection of local fish. In the evening, when the sun sets over the sea, you can relax on the outside terraces of the pier.

Orlando - fantasy and nature

Orlando is a city in the heart of Florida known for its tourism.

Orlando is also famous for its tropical weather and its special surrounding area, which attracts many rare and breathtaking animal species due to the swampy character.

Before the first European settlers came to Orlando, the area was only sparsely populated by Indians. Because of the many swamps, the country was not very attractive to the Indians. In the early years of the United States, Orlando was the center of citrus production. The tropical climate made the fruit grow very well and the city grew with it.

Disney World - the family magnet

In the early 1970s, a new Disney theme park was built here because the park in Anaheim had become too small - Disney World was created. The new entertainment magnet also attracted other theme parks, water parks and other companies in the entertainment industry. So Orlando gradually became more and more a magnet for families on vacation and the young at heart who wanted to discover the attractions in the many parks. SeaWorld is one of the more famous parks. Here you can combine fun, especially for the little visitors, with something to learn.

For those who are more interested in "real" nature, the many opportunities in the surrounding area are particularly recommended. Where else can you go on a hovercraft through the swamp and admire tropical animals and plants at the same time. The next step is from the swamp to the golf course. Florida's vastness makes it possible. Around Orlando there are numerous golf courses that offer a lot of fun even for the small budget.

Florida and therefore also Orlando has a lot to offer the anglers among us. Because of the swampy land there are innumerable lakes here and many of them are ideal for fishing. However, professional organization should not be dispensed with here. The crocodiles that sometimes lurk in the swamps should not be underestimated. But with the right organization and the right location, nothing stands in the way of experiencing nature.

Cape Coral - paradise on the Gulf of Mexico

Cape Coral is a city in southwest Florida and is located on the Gulf of Mexico. The city is very young. It was not until the 1950s that numerous canals were built here to turn the marshland into a seaside paradise.
Today Cape Coral is criss-crossed by countless waterways. The first houses were not built here until the end of the 1950s. Over time, the city's area became very large, but the population is still below 200,000.

The mild climate and the pleasant wind from the sea make Cape Coral a great holiday destination.

Even holidaymakers with a preference for campsites can choose freely here. Due to the vastness and the large area of ​​the city you never have the feeling of being trapped in a big city.

Most of Cape Coral's residents are of European descent. Many festivals and customs that are reminiscent of Europe take place throughout the year. For example the “Ocktoberfest”, which is written with “ck” here in Florida.

There are many special nature experiences to marvel at around Cape Coral. The Darling National Wildlife Refuge has the largest mangrove ecosystem in the United States. These unique plants only grow under certain conditions and are very rare.

The fine weather also invites you to enjoy extensive outdoor activities. Many "water parks" invite the whole family for fun that can last all day.

Very close to Cape Coral is Fort Myers, a city known for its wide sandy beaches. Fort Myers is a bit smaller, but there are more nightlife options here.

Countless birds can be observed around the two cities in every season. Hundreds of species nest and rest in the marshland to raise their chicks or to strengthen themselves for a further journey. The feathered friends can be perfectly observed on extended canoe trips through the canals and swamps. Many other animal species can be discovered from boats. Boat trips can be booked in many places. Many of them are geared towards observing a certain species of animal from the outset.

 

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