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Fort Worth is considered the most typically Texan of all Texas cities. It is commonly referred to as "Cowtown" because of its early days as a major center of cattle marketing in the West. What started off as a small outpost on a lonely frontier has grown rapidly since the opening of DFW Airport in 1974. The present population exceeds 600,000 people and it continues to grow at a steady pace. Ft. Worth blends its rich oil and cattle heritage seamlessly with an ever-expanding, diverse array of new businesses and industries.

Ft. Worth combines its Western roots and modern culture. Ft. Worth's rich western heritage is observed in The Stockyards National Historic District, The annual Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, Cowtown Coliseum and Billy Bobs to name a few. More modern influences are the revitalized down town area featuring Sundance Square, The Will Rogers Memorial Center, The Fort Worth Zoo, Kimbell Art Museum, and the famous four-block Water Gardens. Ft. Worth serves as a major center of learning with Texas Christian University, Tarrant County College, Texas Wesleyan School of Law and Southwestern Baptist Seminary.

Ft. Worth's economy consists of aviation, banking, energy, retailing and manufacturing. Ft. Worth is very affordable compared to other U.S. cities. The average home price is $189,900. So, if you have a "cowboy" or "cowgirl" spirit and love art, culture, Tex-Mex, barbecue, sports and a laid-back business environment, then place Fort Worth at the top of your list.


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