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      This is the Sunshine State. Average temperature: 72 degrees.

      On 825 miles of beaches, Florida is bathed daily with the perfect soundtrack: the roll and fall of surf, from the Gulf to the Atlantic, on sand as white as snow and as warm as cinnamon.

      From oceans that are never more than an hour away to 700 clear-as-glass freshwater springs that stay a constant 72 degrees, Florida is a daily wonderland for snorkeling and diving, kiteboarding and kayaking, tubing and powerboating.

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      Florida is the Theme Park Capital of the World. Disney. Universal. SeaWorld. Busch Gardens. LEGOLAND. Plus water parks, historic sites, botanical gardens, museums and galleries, zoos and aquariums. They present stories of the mythical (Pandora and Star Wars), the heroic (Harry Potter and Spider-man), and earthly wonders (Antarctic penguins and African wildlife).

      Outdoor epiphanies are available in 200 state and national parks and forests and wildlife refuges. Starring manatees, alligators, and a flora-fauna cast of thousands.

      Spring training baseball, in 13 cities, has been a Florida pastime for more than 100 years.

      The Everglades is “The River of Grass” of literary legend and one of the wild wonders of the world. Skim the surface on an airboat. Or baptize your senses with a swamp walk.

      The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary protects the only living coral reef in North America.

      Cape Canaveral is the world’s launchpad for manned space flight. Mercury. Gemini. Apollo. The space shuttle. At the Kennedy Visitors Center, you can stroll through a garden of rockets or watch one rise into the blue.

      Floridians are the descendants of the Timucuan and the Seminole, the European explorer and the freed slave, the Cuban and Haitian refugee. They are all here today -- in our art and architecture, our language and food, our daily rhythms.

      This is Florida.
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