Florida is a proper noun. Florida is (1) a state in southeastern United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War.
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- Welcome to Florida
Tallahassee is the state capital of Florida. Learn about Florida
state government agencies, operations, and services. Find Florida travel and tourism resources plus information about living and working in Florida.
- Florida Map
is the 26th largest state in the US. It is mainly a peninsula, bounded by Georgia and Alabama to the North, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico to the west.
- Florida Real Estate Guide
Learn about rural, suburban, and urban real estate markets in Florida. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Florida
real estate resources on this page.
- Florida Atlas
state history, geography, and travel information are the subjects of this Florida atlas page.
- University of Florida
In 1905, Florida
Agricultural College was moved to Gainesville and became the State's land-grant university. UF has 46,000 students making it one of the largest five universities in the country. The website contains a history of the school, application procedures, information, and more.
- The Florida Times-Union
Published by the Florida
Times-Union, this online portal features editorial and advertising content that is intended for the Jacksonville, Florida audience and market. Editorial sections include News, Sports, Money, Entertainment, Opinion, Photos, and Video; advertising and advertorial sections include Classifieds, Cars, Jobs, Homes, and Deals.
- Florida National Parks
This National Park directory page lists National Parks, Historic Landmarks, and Natural Landmarks in the State of Florida. An interactive Florida
map, plus photos and highlights, are included thereon.
- Florida State University
FSU, in Tallahassee, began 1857 as a Seminary. There are more than 40,000 students at the University. FSU has both a Law School and a Medical School, which is described as an allopathic school. Information about FSU, visiting the school, Tallahassee, how to apply, descriptions of all the programs and more on the website.
- The Florida Keys & Key West
Keys have sparkling water and white sand beaches. Swimming, snorkeling, and diving are popular. Islamorada is considered the sportfishing capital of the world. Driving down the 127.5-mile Overseas Highway to Key West is an adventure. Key West, with its palm-lined streets, is the southernmost city in the continental USA. Here, Key Lime Pie is a favorite.
- City of Jacksonville
The official web site of Jacksonville, Florida
features information about the city government and its offices and services. Browse this site to learn about living and working in the City of Jacksonville.
- City of Miami
The official City of Miami website features information about city agencies and organizations. Read about the Miami city government, and learn about visiting, working in, and living in Miami, Florida.
The Bahamas lie fifty miles off the coast of Florida
and are a popular vacation destination for travelers. Learn more and find travel and tourism links for planning a Caribbean getaway.
- Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands comprise 40 islands and cays; only eight of them are inhabited. Located southeast of Florida
below the Bahamas, the islands are becoming an offshore investment center.
- Georgia Map
Georgia, the 21st largest state in the USA, is bounded by North Carolina to the north, South Carolina to the northeast, Florida
to the South, the Atlantic Ocean on the southeast, and Tennessee on the north.
- East Coast Surf Shops
There are plenty of excellent surfing spots located on the Atlantic Ocean along the East coast. Learn about them here and find links to surf shops from Maine to Florida.
- The Bahamas
The Bahamas is made up of over 700 islands and 2,000 cays and is a popular vacation destination off the coast of Florida
in the Caribbean.
- AirTran Airways
AirTran is a low-fare airline designed for business travelers. It was founded in 1993 and launched the first ticketless travel program that year. Its headquarters are in Orlando, Florida. On the website, users can check destinations, make reservations, find web specials, change itineraries, and make hotel, car, and vacation reservations. Users can also sign up for frequent flyer cards.
- ChairScholars Foundation
The Foundation provides two scholarships for physically impaired students. One is for students anywhere in the U.S. and the other for Florida
residents only. Information, how to apply, and application available.
- Home Shopping Network
HSN.com, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, is the official website for the Home Shopping Network. On the website, users can view and purchase thousands of products, check HSN television schedules, search by category, find out about returns and other consumer information, find out about special promotions, check recent products from TV shows, and much more.
- Lynn Fecteau - Artist
Lynn maintains a studio in Coconut Grove, Florida, and is known worldwide for her window paintings
. She paints beautiful tropical ocean scenes with tropical foliage or shells in the foreground. Other works include close-up florals.
- Mayo Clinic
The Mayo Clinic is a not-for-profit medical practice dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of virtually every type of illness. Their three locations are in Minnesota, Florida, and Arizona. Users of the website can find information about diseases and lifestyle, the medical services provided by Mayo Clinics, and explore their educational and research activities, including clinical trials.
- TPM - Talking Points Memo
TPM was founded in November 2000 during the Florida
recount and is headquartered in New York City. It is the flagship blog of TPM Media LLC, which also publishes TPM Muckraker, TPM Election Central, and TPM Cafe, all of which are accessible on the Talking Points Memo website. Also on the site are up-to-date news, wire headlines, links to other sites that are TPM approved, and articles and letters.
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