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Dallas is the largest city in the state of Texas the rank is third and Dallas rank is ninth-largest in the United States. Dallas was founded in 1841 and was formally organize as a city in February 1856.The city had a population of 1,197,816 in 2010, according to the Census Bureau in United States. In United States fourth-largest metropolitan area is Dallas-Fort Worth. The economy is the sixth largest in the United States in metropolis, in 2010 gross product was $374 billion. The Dallas economy was based on commerce, banking, computer technology, energy, telecommunications, transportation and logistics, healthcare and medical. The city historical importance elevation is the oil and cotton industries, and its position along numerous railroad lines. Dallas became a focal point of the interstate system with the concurrence of four major interstate highways in the city, along with a fifth interstate loop around the city. Dallas/Fort worth International Airport is one of the largest airports in the world. Dallas is third largest focusing of Fortune 500 companies in the nation. Dallas latest rank by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development is 14th in world rankings of GDP, released on September 14, 2011.
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Dallas Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Dallas city contains and performs 406 parks on 21,000 acres of parkland. Fair Park 260-acre is the flagship park. The Dallas's contains parks with 17 separate lakes, White Rock and Bachman lakes, spanning a total of 4,400 acres In the United States the Great Trinity Forest, at 6,000 acres is the largest urban park. The original franchise in the Six Flags theme park chain. Hurricane Harbor, a large water park owned by Six Flags, is also in west of Dallas in Arlington. Department of the city government as the Office of Cultural Affairs in Dallas. The office is responsible for Cultural Affairs funding for local artists and theaters, initiating public art projects, and running the city-owned classical radio station WRR. In Dallas have communities in religion, large Christian influence community. In Dallas suburb of Irving has the Catholic Church is also a significant organization, operates the University of Dallas. In United States the second-largest Catholic Church is The Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe. In the north and northeastern portions of Dallas, as well as in the northern Dallas suburbs exists a large Muslim community. Buddhist community is also has in Dallas. In resides the Dallas and its surrounding has Sikh community. In DFW area in cities like Irving and the Indian Community is growing in the DFW Metroplex and there are several Hindu temples. The most attractions in Dallas are Dallas World Aquarium, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Texas Discovery Gardens.

Dallas Demographics
Dallas total population - 1,299,543
Dallas male population - 654,911
Dallas female population - 644,632
Dallas Hispanic population - 43.1%
Dallas White population - 30.5%
Dallas Black population - 22.3%
Dallas Asian population - 2.7%
Dallas Two or more races population - 1.0%
Dallas American population - 0.2%
Dallas Other race population - 0.1%
Dallas Other race population - 0.1%
Dallas Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population - 0.03%

Dallas Education
The Dallas contains several universities, colleges, trade schools, and educational institutes, it is a capital center of education for much of the South Central United States. In the United States one of the largest school districts is The Dallas Independent School District, enrolls over 161,000 student sand independently operates the city. The Dallas Public Library system is major serving system in the city. The system was created by the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the first opened in 1901. In Dallas County Schools provides transportation services and other services to the school districts by the governmental agency.

Dallas History
In 18th century Texas is a part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain by the Spanish Empire, the Dallas area was under populated by the Caddo people. After France also reclamation the area, but in 1819 made the Red River the northern boundary of New Spain by the Adams-Onis Treaty, officially placing the location of Dallas well within Spanish territory. Present-day Dallas is under Spanish rule till 1821. Mexico declared independence from Spain, and the Dallas under part of the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas. In 1836 The Mexico and Republic of Texas and broke off and stayed an independent country for nearly 10 years. John Neely Bryan found a permanent settlement a river he establish and called that settlement Dallas. Nearer to the Brazos River on which the Tuacanas are launched, and till one reaches the river which bathes the village of the Taovayzes (Red River), the forest is called the Grand Forest. It is not very wide, but very solid. In the year of 1856 the city was established a town contract during the Regular session of the Sixth Texas Legislature. Its population reached 678, with 97 African Americans in addition to Belgians, French, Germans, and Swiss. The period from 1874 to 1929 is the industrial period of Dallas. The industrial development in Dallas formed incompletely out of problems aching Dallas area farmers. In 1898 Dallas began to improve and grow again. In the middle century the city developed the nation's 2rd largest technology center, through the development of such companies as Ling-Temco-Vought and Texas Instruments. The city is one of the developed real estate markets in the country. Now the city of Dallas is home to many high-rise residential buildings or hotels and tourist attractions.

Dallas Tourism
In Texas the largest metropolitan area is Dallas. According to U.S Census estimation the Dallas is the fourth-largest area population in 2008. The Dallas Cowboys Stadium is largest stadium in the NFL constructed in 2009. The Sixth Floor Museum is the part of design with the museum is that present fats and theories. Through the building the guest self-guided tours. The main "world" aquarium is The Dallas World Aquarium can be found in places far away from Dallas. It includes sea creatures, reptiles and some fishes. Each day the aquarium having several showings and feedings. Including predators of feeding like as crocodiles and sharks and of smaller animals like as penguins. Cowboys Stadium is home to Dallas hosts sporting and entertainment events. In Dallas Zoo award winning natural habitats the animals from around the world. In Dallas historical trolley system is Dallas' McKinney Trolley it is located and operated to mid-20th century. The Arboretum features colorful gardens located on White Rock Lake.

Dallas Flag

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Dallas Transportation
The Dallas city has major large number of interstate highways. The most important Interstates are 20, 30, 35E, and 45 all run through the city. The Dallas area public transportation authority is the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), providing rail, buses, and HOV lanes. In Southwest United States first light rail system began by operating DART in 1966. Currently, two light rail lines are in disservice. The two lines are The Red Line and The Blue Line. The red and blue lines are connected in between Mockingbird Station and 8th & Corinth Station in Oak Cliff in north Dallas. Dallas has two commercial airports they are Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort worth International Airport (known as DFW International). DFW is the largest airport in the state, the third largest in the world, and the second largest in the United States in terms of size. General Dallas Executive Airport is aeronautics airport located within the city limits, and Addison Airport is another general aeronautics airport located just outside the city limits in the suburb of Addison.

Dallas Tourist Attractions
Adolphus Hotel in Dallas
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Bishop Arts District in Dallas
Cedars Neighborhood in Dallas
Cityplace Neighborhood in Dallas
Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas
Dallas Love Field
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas Alley Nightclubs
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
Dallas Arts District
Dallas Museum of Art
Dallas Museum of Natural History
Dallas World Aquarium
Dallas Zoo
Deep Ellum Neighborhood in Dallas
Fountain Place in Dallas
Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas
Galleria Mall in Dallas
Greenville Avenue in Dallas
Harry Hines Boulevard in Dallas
Highland Park Village in Dallas
Hotel Lumen - Kimpton Hotel in Dallas
Hotel Palomar Dallas - A Kimpton Hotel
Hotel ZaZa in Dallas
Knox-Henderson in Dallas
Lakewood Area in Dallas
Main Street District in Dallas
McKinney Avenue in Dallas
Medieval Times in Dallas
Millermore Mansion in Dallas
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas
NorthPark Center Mall in Dallas
Oak Lawn Neighborhood in Dallas
Plaza of the Americas in Dallas
Preston Hollow in Dallas
Reunion Arena in Dallas
Reunion District in Dallas
Reunion Tower Lookout in Dallas
Ritz-Carlton in Dallas
Rosewood Crescent Court in Dallas
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Dallas
Science Place in Dallas
Swiss Avenue in Dallas
The City Center District in Dallas
The Joule Dallas Hotel
The Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas
The Stoneleigh Hotel and Spa in Dallas
The Warwick Melrose Hotel in Dallas
Uptown Neighborhood in Dallas
Vickery Place in Dallas
Victory Park in Dallas
West End Historic District in Dallas
West Village neighborhood in Dallas
White Rock Lake Park in Dallas
W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences

Dallas Universities
Dallas Baptist University,Dallas, Texas, USA-5,545 Students
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center,Dallas, Texas, USA-3255 Students
Southern Methodist University,Dallas, TX, U.S-12,000 Students
University of North Texas at Dallas,Dallas, Texas, U.S-2040 Students

Dallas Religions
Dallas Catholic Church population is 39%
Dallas Southern Baptist Convention population is 23%
Dallas United Methodist Church population is 9%
Dallas other population is 29%

Dallas Parks
Celebration Park
Bob Woodruff Park
Reverchon Park
White Rock Lake
Cottonwood Park
Cedar Ridge
Fair Park

Dallas Government
The Dallas services a council-manager government, with Mike Rawlings working for as Mayor, and 14 council members working for as representatives to the 14 council districts in the city. As a Dallas city, present-day Dallas can be seen as modulate, with moderate Republicans dominating the upper-middle class suburban neighborhoods of North Dallas and liberal Democrats dominating neighborhoods closer to Downtown as well as the city's southern sector. The Parole Division Region II headquarters in Dallas operated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). The United States has many post offices in Dallas. In Dallas the main Post Office is at Dallas-Fort worth Turnpike.

Dallas Geography
Dallas is a largest and capital city of Texas. It is situated in north-central Texas, 174 miles west of Louisiana, 70 miles south of the Oklahoma border, and nearly 250 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico. The general area has an abnormal concentration of man-made lakes. Dallas has humid continental climate with hot summers and mild winters, with snowfall rare. The April and May are rainy season and the driest summer months are July and August. Based on the United States Census Bureau, 385.8 square miles is the Dallas total area, land is being 340.5 square miles and 45.3 square miles of it water. In summer dry winds from the north and west, brining temperatures well at times and heat-humidity indexes soaring to as high. In Dallas the winters are normally mild. In Dallas Spring and autumn bring pleasant weather. In U.S Dallas has the 12th highest air pollution city.

Dallas Economy
Dallas is a largest and capital city of Texas. Dallas technology was developed; in 1900 Dallas was the largest inland cotton market in the world. It became a leader in cotton gin machinery manufacturing. The east of Dallas near Kilgore, Texas petroleum was discovered in 1930s. It became a center of the nation's petroleum market. The Dallas after end of World War II seeded with a nexus of engineering, communications, and production talent by companies like as Collins Radio Corporation. In local economy telecommunications and information revolutions till drive a large portion. According to high concentration of telecommunications companies the city is sometimes referred to as the heart of "Silicon Prairie". Dallas was a real estate hotbed in the century 1980s, with a demand for office space and new housing, with the increasing population. In Dallas have 12 Fortune 500 companies. In Dallas has large number of businesses, more number of shopping centers in the United States. In Dallas Highland Park Village was opened in 1931.

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