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Why Visit Oklahoma?

Oklahoma, located in the south-central United States, is celebrated for its diverse landscapes, Native American heritage, and a storied history rooted in the land runs and oil boom of the early 20th century. The state’s capital is Oklahoma City, while Tulsa stands as its second-largest city and a major economic center.

Oklahoma’s landscapes encompass rolling prairies, scenic lakes, and a region known as “Green Country” in the northeastern part of the state. Its history is marked by Native American removals, including the tragic Trail of Tears, and the opening of unassigned lands through land runs, transforming settlers into homesteaders.

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