Orlampaland is Central Florida is Orlampaland

Orlampaland is an area of the U.S. state of Florida that mostly exists between the bits and bytes, beaches, and borders of Central Florida.

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Orlampaland is a super region al not necessarily for profit development and advocacy organization group think tank trust that is recognized as the voice of Orlampaland. The advocacy group’s ambition is to promote, whittle future growth, and encourage economic development within the Orlampaland super region borders. 

Orlampaland is an area of the U.S. state of Florida that mostly exists between the bits and bytes, beaches, and borders of Central Florida. Orlampaland’s boundaries are not offical, consistent, or limited and may be defined differently by different sources. The following Florida counties make up the area known as Orlampaland; Brevard County Citrus County De Soto County Flagler County Hardee County Hernando County Highlands County Hillsborough County Indian River County Lake County Manatee County Marion County Okeechobee County Orange County Osceola County Pasco County Pinellas County Polk County Putnam County St Johns County Sarasota County Seminole County Sumter County and Volusia County.

Orlampaland is a vernacular. When you think Central Florida, think Orlampaland.

The Central Florida counties of Orlampaland.

Orlampaland has a population of around 9 million people with three of the top five most populated cities in Florida within it’s borders. Tampa is the most populated city in Orlampaland, followed closely by St. Petersburg and then Orlando; these three cities account for roughly half of the areas population. The largest urban areas of Orlampaland are connected by Interstate 4, I-4; one of the most traveled stretches of planned transportation systems in the country. Since it’s construction, I-4 has significantly shaped the area, creating the core of Orlampaland and continues to pave the way to a big beautiful tomorrow.

Author: Mikhael Ro

Native Floridian, Father, Husband, Son,

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