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Orange County, with 22 Cities today, before Walt Disney World came to the area in the 1970’s, Orlando was a sleepy town with an economy based on citrus and cattle. Starting with the clandestine 1965 purchase of forty-three square miles of farmland southwest of the city and the opening of Walt Disney World in 1971, the city has become a major tourist destination and entertainment center. It is so much a tourist attraction, and known so well for its tourist. A variety of activities and attractions have been built around the Disney complex, and in areas nearby (mostly south of town). The area plays host to some 50 million tourists each year, and has also developed a convention industry second only to Las Vegas. Kissimmee is part of this explosion south, and is strongly connected to the tourist industries, but it has a nice small and historic downtown area.
The 22 Cities  of Orange County, Orlando, Apopka, Winter Park, Winter Garden, Maitland, Ocoee, Windermere, Eatonville, Eatonville, Lake Buena Vista, Belle Island, Oakland, Edgewood, Bay Lake, Alafaya, Clarcona, Killarney, Vineland, Lake Cain Hills, Riverside Acres, Fairvilla, Plymouth, University Park.