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Texas, U.S.A.
Welcome to Beaumont, Texas.
Beaumont is the seat of Jefferson County, and home to around 118,000 people. Together with the cities Port Arthur and Orange, Beaumont forms the Golden Triangle, a major industrial area on the Gulf Coast. Situated in southeast Texas, only minutes from the Louisiana border, Beaumont is a fun town and a popular destination for vacationers. The city's history goes back over 100 years, when it was the center of cattle raisers and farmers. Beaumont was incorporated as a town in 1838, and was named after businessman Henry Millard's wife, Mary Dewburleigh Barlace Warren Beaumont. When the Lucas Gusher exploded, oil suddenly emerged shooting hundreds of feet, producing 100,000 barrels a day - and so the oil business of Beaumont saw the light of day. Today, Beaumont is experiencing another boom as a burgeoning city with plenty to offer both residents and visitors. People come for the old-town Texas feel, sprinkled with modern amenities and lots of attractions. Tourists may visit one of the many museums that are dedicated to showing how oil changed the course of the city, transforming it into a dynamic center of culture and refinement, or check out exhibitions on various other things like art, sports and inventions. Peruse the many historic homes and get the feel of what it was like to be a trapper, merchant or oil baron in the 19th century, or visit the breathtaking churches and temples. Look for bargains in one of the many eclectic stores and major shopping centers, eat in one of the great restaurants or enjoy an evening with a great play or live music Beaumont has it all! Outdoorsy folks can take advantage of Beaumont's dense forests, sandy beaches and shallow wetlands, as well as enjoy botanical gardens, trails and city parks. Camp in the Big Thicket National Preserve or Village Creek State Park southeast Texas offers an abundance of adventures. Take a day and venture off to fantastic hiking and biking destinations, or indulge in paddling, boating and fishing opportunities in the Neches River, Sabine Lake and Gulf of Mexico. If you like a thrill you're in the right place, because this is where you'll find the largest alligator population in all of Texas.
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