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cornerstone, oil colossus and – briefl y of this Texan titan, characterised by the
– the ‘city of hate’ in the wake of the amazing $3billion development of Victory
assassination of JFK, a watershed event Park; the $338million state-of-the-art
that inspired a drive to regain the sense Dallas Center for the Performing Arts
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of civic pride from the ‘Can Do’ spirit (opening in October 2009); Pioneer
instilled by the founding fathers of 1839. Plaza’s stunning ‘cattle drive’ sculpture;
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Then discover the up-to-date face and a superb urban Arts District – the
largest in America.
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If that’s not enough, take a trip
through an endless parade of ultra-
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stylish shops, restaurants and nightlife, as
befi tting a 21st-century metropolis. The
cuisine alone will convince you this is a
cutting-edge adventure par excellence no. 1: Stockyards National
- and your tastebuds will thank you Historic District
afterwards! no. 2: Cultural District
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hen it comes to no. 3: Fort Worth Botanic
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is inextricably linked no. 4: Billy Bob’s Texas
to its sister city by the excellent no. 5: Fort Worth Zoo
The DART light-rail
Trinity Railway Express, or TRE), you
is a Dallas highlight
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