Fort Worth, or "Cowtown" as it is affectionately known due to its status as a trading and cattle center on the Chisholm Trail, is the 16th largest city in the USA, and has a budding and vibrant expatriate community. There are many attractions for expats living in Fort Worth to discover, notably the Bass Performance Hall, which occupies an entire city block and has been called the "crown jewel of downtown Fort Worth." The Fort Worth Botanical Gardens are also a sight to behold, boasting 109 acres of "living museum" showing off over 2500 different species of plants from across the globe. Fort Worth also has the world's largest indoor rodeo, a great place to experience the all-American culture.
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