Dallas, Texas

Dallas, Texas

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Top Down"
Dallas, Texas

Founded in 1841, Dallas, Texas has a tradition of entrepreneurs and big business. The first western settler, John Neely Bryan, chose the Dallas area as a spot for a trading post, selling to American Indians and other settlers. Later, farming, … Continue reading


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San Antonio, Texas

featuring Gota's "European Comfort"
San Antonio Riverwalk

San Antonio is the most-visited city in Texas, and there are plenty of reasons why. Not only does the city boast a wide variety of restaurants and shops, award-winning golf courses, spas, theme parks, and museums, but it has the … Continue reading


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Galveston Shipwatching

featuring Amaury Figueredo's "My Way"
Ships passing Galveston, Texas

Galveston Island has always had a great connection to the sea. First settled with Europeans in 1817– by Jean Lafitte, a pirate– Galveston quickly became an important port city. The largest city in Texas, it was the busiest port west … Continue reading


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