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In the middle of the Florida Panhandle lies the capital of Florida, Tallahassee. The Florida flag consists of a red St. Andrew’s cross on a white background, with the Florida seal in the center.
Picture #1: flag of Arizona / Picture #2 flag of Florida / Picture #3: flag of Utah
The Florida Keys
The population of Florida is about 22 million, making it the most populous state in the U.S. after California and Texas. Florida’s population is 51% White, 26% Hispanic or Latino, 17% African American, and 3% Asian. The percentage of people over 65 in Florida is 20%, the highest in the USA. Approximately 12% of Florida’s residents live in poverty.
At the southern tip of Florida is the state’s second-largest city, Miami. Miami is home to approximately 440,000 residents and attracts many tourists with beautiful beaches, fine restaurants, and a vibrant cultural scene. Miami is also a melting pot of different cultures. For example, you can enjoy the Caribbean flair in the Little Havana district. Also worth seeing are the colorful Art Deco-style houses along Ocean Drive in Miami Beach.