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With eastern forests, mountain ranges, and prairies, Oklahoma’s land is remarkable. As one of the fastest growing economies in the nation, it is quickly becoming a popular place to live, work, and appreciate.

Oklahoma lies on the Great Plains and U.S. Interior Highlands. The state’s geographical area totals 69,898 square miles (181,195 square kilometers). The landscape in the northwestern corner of the state is relatively flat with some canyons and mesa ranges such as the Glass Mountains. The southwestern areas of Oklahoma feature partial plains and small mountain ranges. Over five-hundred of the creeks and rivers in Oklahoma have been named and contribute to Oklahoma’s waterways. There are two hundred lakes created by dams. The protection of wildlife and its natural habitat is important in Oklahoma, and is evident in its six national parks or protected regions, and fifty state parks.

History has shaped the culture of Oklahoma. In the nineteenth century many Native people were displaced from their homes and relocated to the area making up a large portion present day Oklahoma. Towards the latter part of the century cowboys began to cross areas of Oklahoma’s “Indian Country” and many illegally settled in the area. On November 16, 1907, Oklahoma Territory and India Territory were combined making Oklahoma the forty-sixth state in the union.

Today, Oklahoma’s population is approximately 3,791,508. The economy is supported through food processing, electronics, telecommunications, transportation equipment, aviation, and energy. Oklahoma is the second largest producer of natural gas in the United States.

As both the capital and the largest city in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City is home to an enormous livestock market. It is also in the middle of an active oil field and lies on one of the major paths to Texas and Mexico. The city features the Oklahoma City Ballet, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Science Museum Oklahoma, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and much more! The metropolitan area of Oklahoma City offers amazing luxury homes, many within safe and private gated communities. The city of Edmond is part of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area and is known for its luxury options and highly desirable communities.

Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma and was referred to in the twentieth century as the “Oil Capital of the World.” Tulsa is also considered the arts and culture center of Oklahoma and supports full time opera and ballet companies, and two world-renowned art museums. Art deco architecture is a unique feature important to the city. Areas such as Midtown Tulsa contain a wide selection of luxury homes.

From its protected lands, to its cultural heritage Oklahoma brings together a unique landscape and background. Its continued growth has brought new options and opportunities as it emerges as a desirable market for luxury.

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