Texas is so big, it could practically be divided into several states – and you’d almost think it already was, based on the immense differences from one region to the next. From the culture to the landscape and everything in between, going from El Paso to Beaumont will have you feeling like you’re on a whole new planet – much less the same country and the same state. The following are 7 of the biggest differences between East and West Texas.

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Despite our differences, we’re all united under the Texas flag and share the same amount of unashamed pride for the Lone Star State. If you don’t believe me, check out 12 Reasons Why Texas Is The BEST State.

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