Fort Worth, TX

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Fort Worth is currently the 13th-largest city in the United States and Texas’s fifth-largest. According to recent surveys, it has a population of 909,585, making it one of the most populated cities of the DFW metroplex area.

Fort Worth was established in 1849. The city was an army outpost that is overlooking the Trinity River. Fort Worth has a history of being involved with the cattle trade. It still has modern architecture, buildings, and design. USS Fort Worth is a Navy ship named after this city. Despite Fort Worth’s proximity to Dallas, many (people not from Fort Worth) consider it a satellite city because its population has not been as consistently significant. However, in recent years, this point of view is being challenged with the dramatic growth rate of Fort Worth.

Fort Worth hosts the yearly Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and many world-class museums designed by renowned architects. The Kimbell Art Museum, one of the country’s best art museums and widely regarded for its outstanding architecture designed by American architect Louis Kahn, includes a new addition designed by Renzo Piano.

Fort Worth also has a Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, designed by Tadao Ando. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, a Philip Johnson design, is home to American art’s most extensive collections. The Sid Richardson Museum and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History are fantastic attractions in Fort Worth.

Fort Worth houses several university communities, as well as large international corporations.