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As the second largest state in the country in population and area Texas has different climate zones and landscapes. The Lone Star State's geography consists of deserts, prairies, grasslands, forests, coastlines, rivers, and lakes, with the Rio Grande River acting as the border that separates Texas from Mexico. Its four most populated cities are Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin, all offering unique neighborhoods, culinary scenes, and attractions. Texas is known for its rich history and culture with sights and landmarks like the Alamo, Apollo Mission Control Center, Cowboy Stadium, Texas Capitol, Big Bend National Park, and grand historic mansions. The state capital of Austin is often called the "Live Music Capital of the World" and boasts more live music venues than any other city in the country. Texas also has some of the best concerts and music festivals, including South by Southwest and Austin City Limits Music Festival. Staying true to the motto that "everything's bigger in Texas," this vast and multicultural state provides a location for musicians, business professionals, sports fans, and retirees to call home.