The largest state in the Continental United States, Texas not only could be its own country but actually was a sovereign state for a period of time after winning independence from Mexico in the mid-19th Century. With almost 30 million inhabitants and covering a massive area of almost 700k square km (269k square mi), the landscape of Texas is highly diverse and includes two of the most important North American cities (Dallas and Houston), arid desert areas, vast rolling prairies (home to some of the world's largest concentrations of wind turbines), a long Gulf of Mexico coastline, and an even longer border with Mexico. AirVuz has assembled this collection of the best drone videos of Texas, from these you can get an aerial perspective of the Lone Star State. Aerial photo: "San Jacinto Monument" by AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Lone Star Drones.
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