Cities and Towns in the United States / Florida


Florida is a peninsula; its northernmost edge is connected to Alabama in the northwest and Georgia in the northeast. It’s nicknamed 'The Sunshine state'. The estimated population of Florida was 21 993 000 in 2019. Its governor is Ron Desantis.

The climate of Florida is mainly humid subtropical; in fact, most of South Florida has a tropical climate. There is a defined rainy season from May through October. Florida is home to one-half of all the tree species contained in the entire United States. Forests cover nearly two-thirds of the state and include lots of different kinds of trees like slash, red cypress, and yellow pine. Florida’s wildlife is very diversified with armadillos, black bears, alligators, crocodiles, snakes and dolphins. Sugarcane, fish, petroleum, and phosphate (used for fertilizer) are also top natural resources from Florida.

Florida can make an excellent vacation spot: You can see an actual rocket launch from Cape Canaveral, or decide to go to Disney world or to visit the Everglade. Florida is wellknown for its tennis and golf games as well as car races and sea sports.

Check below a list of all the cities in the state of Florida, classified according to their number of inhabitants. You can click on the area you want to know more about, or look for it using the search bar:


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