This is a city in the US, in the state of Florida, and it is the county seat of Broward County. As of the 2020 census survey, the city has an estimated population of 180,906. The city’s location is about 25 miles north of Miami. And its area has an overall surface territory of 38.6 square miles, that 34.7 square miles of which is land and 3.8 square miles of which are water.
The city is a famous destination for tourists, local and international, with an average year-round temperature of 75.5 Fahrenheit and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. This crowded city, encompassing all of in its county, has hosted 13 million overnight guests as of the 2018 data survey.
The place is recognized for its vast network of canals that there are 165 miles of waterways within the town limits. That’s why it is also recognized as the “Venice of America”. The tourism industry is the primary source of the city; being the shelter for the numerous Fortune 1000 company headquarters.
And because of the area’s tropical climate, the city is home to various outdoor fun and activities. Locals and tourists can do yachting, fishing, and swimming on their famous beaches such as the world-renowned Fort Lauderdale Beach. The city beachfront offers a variety of high-class shopping malls, dinings, and nightclubs with its very own-style of white wave-wall and brick-paved path.
The city is named after a series of forts built by the US during the Second Seminole War, making it a home to the Stranahan House, a restored 1900s mansion loaded with several century-old antiques.
And the city’s very own “red brick road”, the Riverwalk, anyone could fall in love with the enchantment of the well-maintained landscaped park. Also, locals and tourists should not miss the city’s Arts and Entertainment District for its educational, relaxation, and recreational activities.
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