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Houston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Texas

Houston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Texas

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This panorama, photographed by James Simmons, features a spectacular twilight view of downtown Houston, Texas. It is the largest city in Texas and fourth largest in the United States. Pictured on the far left is Houston's tallest building, the 75-story JPMorgan Chase Tower. Centered in the photograph is Heritage Plaza, with its pyramid roof and, to its immediate left is the 71-story Wells Fargo Plaza. The tallest building on the far right, with its brightly-lit roof, is Continental Center I. Houston contains the largest petrochemical manufacturing area in the world and boasts one of the nation's largest and most important seaports.
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Houston, TX Skyline Pictures

As the fourth most populous city in the United States, Houston skyline pictures show a metropolitan area home to over 6 million residents. Founded in 1836 on the Buffalo Bayou, pictures of the Houston city skyline show an interesting mix of architectural styles combining Midwest and Southwest culture.

The building often first noticed in Houston city skyline pictures is the 75 story JP Morgan Chase Tower, reaching over 1,000 feet in height and completed in 1929. Also once known as the Texas Commerce Bank Building and the Chase Bank Building, this structure is an excellent example of Art Deco / Art Moderne architecture in the southern United States. Texaco Heritage Plaza is another landmark seen in many Houston panoramic pictures, a glass skyscraper an iconic pyramid-shaped roof completed in 1987. The patterned roof of this structure was designed to resemble Mayan architecture, signifying the city's long relationship with Mexico, evident in architectural influence throughout Houston photos.

As a hub for many important international industries, Houston skyline pictures show a technologically advanced metropolis home to the greatest number of Fortune 500 companies outside of New York City. The seaport seen in many Houston panoramas is the third largest in the U.S., with much industry brought to the city's place of NASA's Mission Control for the space shuttle and International Space Station programs. Houston skyline pictures also often show elements of the city being the largest petrochemical manufacturing hub in the world.

Offering residents and tourists year-round attractions, Houston skyline pictures show a city home to countless ethnic and cultural backgrounds and a growing international tourism destination.

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