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Orange is in the Bayous region of East Texas.

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Orange sprung up in the late 19th century as a major supplier in the Texas lumber industry, with some 17 sawmills at one time. Now it's heavily into chemical processing industry with what looks like chemical row along the Sabine River, when it's not being ravaged by hurricanes, that is. An impressive art museum exists here.

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Map of Orange (Texas)

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  • 1 Stark Museum of Art, 712 Green Ave, +1 409 886-2787. W-Sa 9AM-5PM. A rather incongruous but high quality museum of Western and Native American art here in this swampy corner of southeastern Texas. Stark Museum of Art (Q7601963) on Wikidata Stark Museum of Art on Wikipedia
  • 2 W H Stark House, 610 Main Ave, +1 409 883-0871. A locally historic Queen Anne-style house open for tours and full of antiques, but remember no touch. W. H. Stark House (Q7945665) on Wikidata W. H. Stark House on Wikipedia
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Shangri La Botanical Gardens

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