USA South Central: Regional Map by Borch

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A vast dusty plain swarming with cattle and dotted with cities of glittering mirrow-glass skyscrapers, inhabited by men with wide-brimmed Stetsons, either on horse or somewhere on the 30th floor ruling from a desk that covers the area of a middle-sized swimming pool - there is some truth in the TV image of America's second largest state. The things still to be mentioned include Dallas' renowned symphony orchestra and Houston's excellent museums and performing arts scene plus the nearby Johnson Space Center, and, above all, the beautiful diversity of the scenery: the long, sandy beaches of the gulf shoreline, the dense forests and clear lakes in the east of Dallas, the rugged canyon country around Amarillo and, west of the Pecos River, the dramatic desert and mountain scenery that includes the Guadalupe Mountains and Big Bend National Parks; wherever you go, Texas in reality is just a little bigger and more beautiful than on TV!