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Fort Worth

Fort Worth is the second of three cities which comprise the Dallas-Fort-Worth-Arlington Metroplex, which is considered the cultural and urban hub of North Texas.

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Dallas West End Historic District
Established in 1872, the historic district is now a blend of old buildings, museums, restaurants, residential living, and plenty of shopping.
Dealey Plaza
Though it's the gateway to the historic district, its' name is most associated with the place where JFK was assassinated in 1963.
Kennedy Memorial
Designed by Kennedy family friend, the memorial in Dallas was designed as an empty tomb, with the only inscribed words on it: John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Dallas Arts District
Noteworthy for its several striking architectural styles, the district is America's largest arts district and is home to several museums worth visiting.
Dallas Museum of Art
Located in the Arts District, the museum opened in 1903 and has been expanding ever since.
Victory Park
Home to the Dallas Stars and Mavericks, Victory Park has no shortage of sports events, and thus tons of restaurants and activities to explore.

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