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The Capitol in downtown Tallahassee, Florida as seen from atop the courthouse.
Tallahassee is the capital city of Florida and the county seat of Leon County. It is situated in northern Florida, approximately halfway between Jacksonville in the east and Pensacola in the west, between the Georgia state line and the Gulf of Mexico.
Tallahassee became the capital of the Florida Territory in 1824.
According to the 2020 census, the city’s population is now 196,169 and the entire metro area is 367,413.
A large portion of the Tallahassee economy is in the public sector, due to the state government being headquartered here and due to public higher education – there are three colleges and universities in Tallahassee – Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Florida State University, and Tallahassee Community College. Public institutions are several of the top employers in the area.
Opportunities for outdoor activities abound in Tallahassee/Leon County and the surrounding areas. There are several lakes in the region, including Lake Jackson to the north and Lake Talquin to the west. Apalachicola National Forest borders the city to the southwest. Wakulla Springs, a first magnitude spring within a Florida state park, is 14 miles to the south. St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is further to the south, along the coast.