San Antonio, Texas is the second biggest city in this state, and is the seventh in the entire US. As of 2010, the city has a total of 1,373,668 residents. There are 2,031,445 people in the metro area. And it has a vast population density of 2,809/ sq mi. The city is Bexar’s county seat and is located on the northern division of South Texas. It is the center of the Tejano culture and is considered to be the fifth fastest growing city as of 2008.
Not many people know that San Antonio is actually the second most populated city in Texas. Home to over 1.4 million people and continuing to grow each and every year, it’s also one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., and was actually the fastest growing major city in the country from 2000 to 2010. Aside from the city’s urban core, which of course is known as the Downtown district, San Antonio is comprised of 12 other distinct neighborhoods, which are each highlighted below:
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