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Colleges in Texas

Texas is noted for wide-open spaces, and rightly so. It covers a huge area with 50 national Park Service sites and dozens of state parks. But this state is home to three of the ten biggest cities in the country. Houston is the largest in the state, and the fourth-largest city in the country, with more than two million people and a semi-tropical climate. NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center is one of its best-known attractions.

Austin, the state capital, is a smaller city with a vibrant music scene.

There are five U.S. Army bases in Texas. Fort Hood is one of the largest active duty armored post in the United States and claims to have one of the best quality-of-life measurements in the Army. It's located in the "hill and lake country" of central Texas. Fort Sam Houston, which was established in 1845, is located in Alamo City. It's a complex installation that houses the Army Medical Command headquarters and several other command headquarters.

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