Dallas, north central Texas, USA

City on the Trinity River. Dallas is the center of the largest consolidated metropolitan area in Texas.

The climate is continental, with hot summers and moderately cold winters. The terrain is mostly flat and drains into the Trinity River.

Dallas has evolved into a major center of finance, commerce, trade, and manufacturing for the southwestern United States and Mexico. The downtown is known for its distinctive contemporary architecture.

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Dallas's population increased to 1,006,877 in 1990. Dallas is also part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (Metroplex), which includes more than 80 other towns and communities.  Whites, at 68 percent, constitute largest racial group in the metropolitan region in 1990. Blacks and Hispanics racial groups are about equal in 1990. The dominant demographic factor in Dallas in 1990, as in the state as a whole, has been the rapid growth of the Hispanic population.

Dallas is the second largest city in Texas (after Houston) and the eighth largest city in the United States.

Major cities near Dallas:

West
Tucson
1.325 km

Northwest
Denver
1.050 km

South
Houston
385 km

Northeast
Memphis
680 km

East
Atlanta
1.150 km
Southwest
Guadalajare
1.415 km

North
Kansas City
740 km

Southeast
New Orleans
700 km

Northeast
St.-Louis
875 km

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