There are 67 counties in the state of Florida. It became a territory of the U.S. in 1821 with two counties complementing the provincial divisions retained as a Spanish territory: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east, divided by the Suwannee River. All of the other counties were apportioned from these two original counties. Florida became the 27th U.S. state in 1845, and its last county was created in 1925 with the formation of Gilchrist County from a segment of Alachua County. Florida's counties are subdivisions of the state government. In 1968, counties gained the power to develop their own charters. All but two of Florida's county seats are incorporated municipalities. The exceptions are Crawfordville, county seat of rural Wakulla County, and East Naples, located outside Naples

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  • There are 67 counties in the state of Florida. It became a territory of the U.S. in 1821 with two counties complementing the provincial divisions retained as a Spanish territory: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east, divided by the Suwannee River. All of the other counties were apportioned from these two original counties. Florida became the 27th U.S. state in 1845, and its last county was created in 1925 with the formation of Gilchrist County from a segment of Alachua County. Florida's counties are subdivisions of the state government. In 1968, counties gained the power to develop their own charters. All but two of Florida's county seats are incorporated municipalities. The exceptions are Crawfordville, county seat of rural Wakulla County, and East Naples, located outside Naples city limits in Collier County. The names of Florida's counties reflect its diverse cultural heritage. Some are named for Confederate political leaders and Spanish explorers, marking the influence of Spanish sovereignty, while others are named for Spanish saints, Native American placenames used by the Spanish, and political leaders of the United States. Natural features of the region, including rivers, lakes, and flora, are also commonly used for county names. Florida has counties named for participants on both sides of Second Seminole War: Miami-Dade County is partially named for Francis L. Dade, a Major in the U.S. Army at the time; Osceola County is named for a Native American resistance leader during the war. Population figures are based on the 2010 United States Census. The population of Florida is 18,801,310, an increase of 17.6% from 2000. The average population of Florida's counties is 280,616; Miami-Dade County is the most populous (2,662,874) and Liberty County is the least (8,365). The average land area is 805 sq mi (2,085 km2). The largest county is Palm Beach County (2,034 sq mi, 5,268 km2) and the smallest is Union County (240 sq mi, 622 km2). The total area of the state is 65,795 sq miles; of this, the land area of the state constitutes 53,927 square miles (139,670 km2) while the water area constitutes 11,868 sq miles. The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) is used by the U.S. government to uniquely identify counties, and is provided for each entry. These codes link to the United States Census Bureau's "quick facts" for each county. Florida's FIPS code of 12 is used to distinguish from counties in other states. For example, Alachua County's unique nationwide identifier is 12001. (en)
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Florida ist in 67 Countys unterteilt (Einwohnerzahlen Stand: 2010) * Alachua County (247.336 E.) * Baker County (27.115 E.) * Bay County (168.852 E.) * Bradford County (28.520 E.) * Brevard County (543.376 E.) * Broward County (1.748.066 E.) * Calhoun County (14.625 E.) * Charlotte County (159.978 E.) * Citrus County (141.236 E.) * Clay County (190.865 E.) * Collier County (321.520 E.) * Columbia County (67.531 E.) * DeSoto County (34.862 E.) * Dixie County (16.422 E.) * Duval County (864.263 E.) * Escambia County (297.619 E.) * Flagler County (95.696 E.) * Franklin County (11.549 E.) * Gadsden County (46.389 E.) * Gilchrist County (16.939 E.) * Glades County (12.884 E.) * Gulf County (15.863 E.) * Hamilton County (14.799 E.) * Hardee County (27.731 E.) * Hendry County (39.140 E.) * Hernando County (172.778 E.) * Highlands County (98.786 E.) * Hillsborough County (1.229.226 E.) * Holmes County (19.927 E.) * Indian River County (138.028 E.) * Jackson County (49.746 E.) * Jefferson County (14.761 E.) * Lafayette County (8.870 E.) * Lake County (297.052 E.) * Lee County (618.754 E.) * Leon County (275.487 E.) * Levy County (40.801 E.) * Liberty County (8.365 E.) * Madison County (19.224 E.) * Manatee County (322.833 E.) * Marion County (331.298 E.) * Martin County (146.318 E.) * Miami-Dade County (2.496.435 E.) * Monroe County (73.090 E.) * Nassau County (73.314 E.) * Okaloosa County (180.822 E.) * Okeechobee County (39.996 E.) * Orange County (1.145.956 E.) * Osceola County (268.685 E.) * Palm Beach County (1.320.134 E.) * Pasco County (464.697 E.) * Pinellas County (916.542 E.) * Polk County (602.095 E.) * Putnam County (74.364 E.) * Santa Rosa County (190.039 E.) * Sarasota County (277.789 E.) * Seminole County (151.372 E.) * St. Johns County (379.448 E.) * St. Lucie County (422.718 E.) * Sumter County (93.420 E.) * Suwannee County (41.551 E.) * Taylor County (22.570 E.) * Union County (15.535 E.) * Volusia County (494.593 E.) * Wakulla County (30.776 E.) * Walton County (55.043 E.) * Washington County (24.896 E.) (de)
  • تضم ولاية فلوريدا الأمريكية 67 مقاطعة. (ar)
  • L'État américain de Floride est divisé en 67 comtés (counties). (fr)
  • La seguente lista elenca le contee della Florida, USA. (it)
  • フロリダ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国フロリダ州内の郡の一覧である。フロリダ州には67の郡がある。 (ja)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Florida is onderverdeeld in 67 county's: (nl)
  • A seguir uma lista dos 67 condados da Flórida. (pt)
  • Lista 67 hrabstw w stanie Floryda, w Stanach Zjednoczonych: (pl)
  • 美国的佛罗里达州一共有67个县,於1821年成为美国领土时只有两个县,即以萨瓦尼河(Suwanee River)为界,西部为艾斯康比亞縣,东部为圣约翰斯县,后来成立的其它所有县都曾是这两个县的一部分。佛罗里达于1845年成为美国的第27个州,1925年由阿拉楚阿縣析置的吉爾克里斯特縣是全州最年轻的县。佛罗里达州的县是州政府的分支。1968年,各县获得了自行发放特许状的权力。除了瓦古拉縣的县城克劳福德维尔外,佛罗里达州的其他所有县城都是注册成立的自治市。 佛罗里达州各县的名称反映了其多样化的文化底蕴。有些以南方政治领袖和西班牙探险家命名,代表了历史上作为西班牙主权领土时期的影响;有些以西班牙圣徒的名字和西班牙语描述的美洲原住民地名,还有美国的政治领袖命名。以所在地区的自然特征,包括河流、湖泊和植物群命名的也很常见。佛罗里达州有以第二次塞米诺尔战争参战双方命名的县,迈阿密-戴德县就是以当时美国陆军一位名叫弗朗西斯·L·戴德的少校命名。而奥西欧拉县则是以战争时期的一位美洲原住民抗争领袖来命名。 根据2010年美国人口普查的数据,佛罗里达州共有1880万1310人,与2000年的普查数据相比增加了17.6%。全州平均每个县有28万零616人,迈阿密-戴德县以249万6435人位居榜首,利伯蒂县只有8365人排名最后。平均每个县占地面积2085平方公里,其中最大的棕榈滩县有5268平方公里,最小的尤宁县只有622平方公里。全州的总面积为17万零408平方公里,其中陆地面积为13万9670平方公里,水域面积约为3万零738平方公里。 以下表格会在每一个县的名称后面列出其联邦资料处理标准代码(简称FIPS代码),该代码是联邦政府用来区分各州和各县的唯一识别码。佛罗里达州的FIPS代码是12,结合任何一个县的代码则为“12XXX”。所有的FIPS代码将链接至该县最近的一次人口普查数据和其他信息。 (zh)
  • В 1821 году штат Флорида состоял всего из двух округов: Эскамбиа на западе и Сент-Джонс на востоке. Из них были сформированы 67 округов, существующие сегодня. Здесь представлен список 67 округов штата Флорида Соединённых Штатов Америки. Ссылка в столбце FIPS ведёт на страницу статистики соответствующего округа. (ru)
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  • A state map highlighting Duval County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Collier County in the southern part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Gulf County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Liberty County in the northwestern part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Clay County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Hillsborough County in the middle part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Jackson County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Sumter County in the middle part of the state. It is medium in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Bradford County in the corner part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Osceola County in the middle part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Monroe County in the southernmost part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Highlands County in the southern part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Marion County in the corner part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Levy County in the corner part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Gilchrist County in the corner part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Leon County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Walton County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Columbia County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Escambia County in the westernmost part of the state. It is medium in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Lafayette County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Alachua County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Taylor County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Suwannee County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Pasco County in the middle part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Putnam County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Washington County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Baker County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Union County in the corner part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Orange County in the middle part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Franklin County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Seminole County in the middle part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Madison County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Manatee County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting DeSoto County in the southern part of the state. It is small in size and rectangular in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Martin County in the southern part of the state. It is small in size and shaped like a rectangle.
  • A state map highlighting Pinellas County in the middle part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Hardee County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size and shaped like a rectangle.
  • A state map highlighting Nassau County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Dixie County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Hernando County in the middle part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Jefferson County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Palm Beach County in the southern part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Sarasota County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Lee County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Hamilton County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Bay County in the panhandle part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Okaloosa County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size and shaped like a narrow rectangle.
  • A state map highlighting Holmes County in the northwestern part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Glades County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Santa Rosa County in the northwestern part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Flagler County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Hendry County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Miami-Dade County in the southernmost part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Lake County in the middle part of the state. It is large in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Brevard County in the southeastern part of the state. It is medium in size and narrow in shape.
  • A state map highlighting Polk County in the middle part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting St. Johns County in the corner part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Indian River County in the eastern part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Okeechobee County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A map of Florida's counties with counties labeled. Florida is shaped liked an "L" rotated 180 degrees. Many of the county borders follow the winding courses of river, some are straight. Some of larger counties tend to be in the center of the State.
  • A state map highlighting Gadsden County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Wakulla County in the northwestern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Volusia County in the middle part of the state. It is large in size.
  • A state map highlighting Calhoun County in the northwestern part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Charlotte County in the southern part of the state. It is medium in size.
  • A state map highlighting Broward County in southern part of the state. It is medium in size and shaped like a rectangle.
  • A state map highlighting St. Lucie County in the southern part of the state. It is small in size.
  • A state map highlighting Citrus County in the middle part of the state. It is medium in size.
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  • Richard Bradford, the first officer from Florida to die in the Civil War; he was killed during the Battle of Santa Rosa Island
  • Napoleon Bonaparte Broward , 19th Governor of Florida from 1905 to 1909
  • Dixie, the common nickname for the Southern United States
  • Theodore Washington Brevard, early settler and later state comptroller from 1853 to 1861
  • Alexander Hamilton , the first United States Secretary of the Treasury and a Founding Father
  • Henry Clay , Secretary of State from 1825 to 1829 under John Quincy Adams
  • The manatee, or sea cow, is native to Florida waters.
  • Named for the area's residents united desire to split into a separate county
  • William Pope Duval , the first governor of the Florida Territory
  • Benjamin Franklin , one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America
  • John W. Martin , governor of Florida at time of creation of the county
  • Cary A. Hardee , governor of Florida at the time of creation of Hardee County
  • Marquess Wills Hill, Marquess of Downshire , former Secretary of State for the Colonies
  • Alachua and Hillsborough
  • Alachua and St. Johns
  • Alachua, Hillsborough, and Mosquito
  • Albert W. Gilchrist , the 20th Governor of Florida
  • The county's large amounts of palm trees The biggest county in Florida
  • Brevard and Hillsborough
  • Brevard and Orange
  • Calhoun and Washington
  • Christopher Columbus , explorer of the Americas
  • Dade and Palm Beach
  • Duchy of Nassau in Germany
  • Duval and St. Johns
  • Benjamin A. Putnam , soldier during the Second Seminole War and Floridian legislator
  • Escambia and Jackson
  • Franklin, Jackson, and Washington
  • From the Spanish Punta Piñal, or "Point of Pines"
  • Gadsden and Washington
  • Hillsborough and Mosquito
  • Thomas Jefferson , the third President of the United States and principal author of the Declaration of Independence
  • Native American word, of uncertain meaning, for the area
  • Jackson and Walton
  • Named for the county's hilly terrain
  • Named for the many lakes in the region
  • One of the two original counties
  • Orange and Sumter
  • Osceola and St. Lucie
  • Saint Lucy , the Christian martyr
  • Santa Rosa and Walton
  • St. Johns and Volusia
  • The Florida Everglades
  • The Gulf of Mexico
  • The Seminole Native American tribe
  • The county's citrus trees
  • The fruit that was the county's main product
  • The patriotic ideal of liberty
  • Thomas Sumter , general in the American Revolution
  • The port of Volusia, whose etymology is uncertain; possibly derived from the Native American word for "Land of the Euchees," the term for the area's native inhabitants
  • A native word meaning "a pleasant place," "black water", or "beautiful place"
  • Name derived from the St. Johns River, which in turn derives its name from San Juan del Puerto
  • The Wakulla River, itself named for a Spanish corruption of a Timucuan word used to describe the body of water, but that is of uncertain meaning
  • Probably a corruption of the name of the Calusa, a group of Native Americans from the area
  • named Benton from 1844 to 1850
  • named Dade until 1997
  • named Mosquito until 1845
  • named New River until 1861
  • named St. Lucie until 1855
  • John C. Calhoun leading Southern politician from South Carolina
  • From a Seminole-Creek word meaning "jug", apparently in reference to the sinkholes common in the area
  • City of Miami and Francis L. Dade , Major in the United States Army during the Second Seminole War
  • Santa Rosa Island, which is in turn named for Saint Rosa de Viterbo , a saint born in Viterbo, Italy
  • Robert E. Lee , commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War
  • James K. Polk , the 11th President of the United States
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  • James McNair Baker , a Confederate senator and later a judge in the fourth judicial district
  • Samuel Pasco , United States Senator at the time of creation of the county
  • Barron Collier , an advertising entrepreneur who developed much of the land in southern Florida
  • The Indian River Lagoon, which flows through the county
  • Lake Okeechobee, which was in turn is from the Hitchiti words for "big water"
  • Disputed origin; possibly from the Native American word Shambia, meaning "clear water"
  • Juan Ponce de León , Spanish explorer who named Florida
  • Hernando de Soto , a Spanish explorer and conquistador
  • Andrew Jackson , the seventh President of the United States
  • St. Andrew's Bay, the central geographic feature of the county
  • The Suwannee River, a 266-mile long river in northern Florida
  • Osceola , a leader of the Seminole during the Second Seminole War
  • James Gadsden , American diplomat and namesake of the Gadsden Purchase
  • Henry Morrison Flagler , founder of the Florida East Coast Railway
  • George Walton, first Secretary of Florida Territory
  • Francis Marion , military officer during the American Revolution
  • Holmes Creek, which forms the eastern boundary of the county
  • Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette , French aristocrat and general in the American Revolutionary War
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  • تضم ولاية فلوريدا الأمريكية 67 مقاطعة. (ar)
  • L'État américain de Floride est divisé en 67 comtés (counties). (fr)
  • La seguente lista elenca le contee della Florida, USA. (it)
  • フロリダ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国フロリダ州内の郡の一覧である。フロリダ州には67の郡がある。 (ja)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Florida is onderverdeeld in 67 county's: (nl)
  • A seguir uma lista dos 67 condados da Flórida. (pt)
  • Lista 67 hrabstw w stanie Floryda, w Stanach Zjednoczonych: (pl)
  • В 1821 году штат Флорида состоял всего из двух округов: Эскамбиа на западе и Сент-Джонс на востоке. Из них были сформированы 67 округов, существующие сегодня. Здесь представлен список 67 округов штата Флорида Соединённых Штатов Америки. Ссылка в столбце FIPS ведёт на страницу статистики соответствующего округа. (ru)
  • There are 67 counties in the state of Florida. It became a territory of the U.S. in 1821 with two counties complementing the provincial divisions retained as a Spanish territory: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east, divided by the Suwannee River. All of the other counties were apportioned from these two original counties. Florida became the 27th U.S. state in 1845, and its last county was created in 1925 with the formation of Gilchrist County from a segment of Alachua County. Florida's counties are subdivisions of the state government. In 1968, counties gained the power to develop their own charters. All but two of Florida's county seats are incorporated municipalities. The exceptions are Crawfordville, county seat of rural Wakulla County, and East Naples, located outside Naples (en)
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Florida ist in 67 Countys unterteilt (Einwohnerzahlen Stand: 2010) * Alachua County (247.336 E.) * Baker County (27.115 E.) * Bay County (168.852 E.) * Bradford County (28.520 E.) * Brevard County (543.376 E.) * Broward County (1.748.066 E.) * Calhoun County (14.625 E.) * Charlotte County (159.978 E.) * Citrus County (141.236 E.) * Clay County (190.865 E.) * Collier County (321.520 E.) * Columbia County (67.531 E.) * DeSoto County (34.862 E.) * Dixie County (16.422 E.) * Duval County (864.263 E.) * Escambia County (297.619 E.) * Flagler County (95.696 E.) * Franklin County (11.549 E.) * Gadsden County (46.389 E.) * Gilchrist County (16.939 E.) * Glades County (12.884 E.) * Gulf County (15.863 E.) * Hamilton County (14.7 (de)
  • 美国的佛罗里达州一共有67个县,於1821年成为美国领土时只有两个县,即以萨瓦尼河(Suwanee River)为界,西部为艾斯康比亞縣,东部为圣约翰斯县,后来成立的其它所有县都曾是这两个县的一部分。佛罗里达于1845年成为美国的第27个州,1925年由阿拉楚阿縣析置的吉爾克里斯特縣是全州最年轻的县。佛罗里达州的县是州政府的分支。1968年,各县获得了自行发放特许状的权力。除了瓦古拉縣的县城克劳福德维尔外,佛罗里达州的其他所有县城都是注册成立的自治市。 佛罗里达州各县的名称反映了其多样化的文化底蕴。有些以南方政治领袖和西班牙探险家命名,代表了历史上作为西班牙主权领土时期的影响;有些以西班牙圣徒的名字和西班牙语描述的美洲原住民地名,还有美国的政治领袖命名。以所在地区的自然特征,包括河流、湖泊和植物群命名的也很常见。佛罗里达州有以第二次塞米诺尔战争参战双方命名的县,迈阿密-戴德县就是以当时美国陆军一位名叫弗朗西斯·L·戴德的少校命名。而奥西欧拉县则是以战争时期的一位美洲原住民抗争领袖来命名。 以下表格会在每一个县的名称后面列出其联邦资料处理标准代码(简称FIPS代码),该代码是联邦政府用来区分各州和各县的唯一识别码。佛罗里达州的FIPS代码是12,结合任何一个县的代码则为“12XXX”。所有的FIPS代码将链接至该县最近的一次人口普查数据和其他信息。 (zh)
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  • قائمة مقاطعات ولاية فلوريدا الأمريكية (ar)
  • Liste der Countys in Florida (de)
  • Comtés de l'État de Floride (fr)
  • Contee della Florida (it)
  • フロリダ州の郡一覧 (ja)
  • Lijst van county's in Florida (nl)
  • Lista hrabstw w stanie Floryda (pl)
  • Lista de condados da Flórida (pt)
  • Список округов Флориды (ru)
  • 佛罗里达州行政区划 (zh)
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