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What are the three largest cities in Florida?

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The three largest cities in Florida are Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa. As of 2015, Jacksonville has 821,784 residents, Miami has 399,457 residents and Tampa has 335,709 residents. Saint Petersburg, Orlando and Hialeah are just behind them.

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Tampa is on a bay on the coast of Florida. It is a large city that prides itself on its community, tourism and fun attractions.

Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida and has 840 square miles of beaches and waterways. A lot of the state's best water-based attractions are in or near Jacksonville.

Miami is home to the Art Deco district, Coconut Grove and a very busy cruise port.

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