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The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is a grand encompassment of 13 counties in North Texas, serving as the cultural and economic hub of the area, as well as the largest metropolitan area of the mainland of the United States. An international powerhouse, the area is steeped in American history, most famous for being the site of the assassination of former American president John F. Kennedy.
Made up of 13 counties, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is galore of cultural and historical wealth of the United States. Most of the metroplex's attractions are centred around the two major cities, Dallas and Fort Worth. Its history can be traced back to one of America's most iconic cultures, the cowboy culture. Fort Worth, being a former trading post of great significance, retains its heritage as a major display of the cowboy culture concentrated at the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Designed in the Wild Wild West style, you can get an authentic vibe of the Old West here, complete with rodeos, saloons, classic structures as well as the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. The Six Flags Amusement Park, America's most famous and largest theme park can be found in the Metroplex region. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas is one of the most significant locations of modern American history, holding precious exhibits from the infamous JFK assassination. The Arts District of Dallas holds famous, precious and exotic museums and galleries, as well as the Nasher Sculpture Center. All in all, there is not enough time to do true justice to the gigantic Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
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