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While tourism as a major source of revenue for Texas is a relatively recent phenomenon, the state's role as a visitor destination may be traced far back into history. The origin of tourism in Texas might be rooted in the coastal map produced in 1519 by Texas's discoverer, Alonso Álvarez de Pineda, for map making and map distribution remain a keystone of modern tourist promotion. Similarly, active visitor promotion in Texas could be traced to Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, whose reports in 1536 of seven golden cities of Cíbola induced Francisco Vázquez de Coronado and 1,000 troops to make a tour of West Texas in a fruitless search for riches.

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Sterling Silver 7-CZ Star Pendant

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SS 14mm Pendant with 7 CZ's
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Sterling Silver 7-CZ Star Pendant

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Maybe you're not attracted to all that shiny stuff out there, with the diamonds & the CZ's, maybe you like the look of the metal more, if you do, then maybe this pendant will be just right for you!
This 14mm Star Shaped pendant has 7 CZ's on the inside, just enough to help it catch the light, but not enough for it to be overwhelming. It's also not to high up in there in the price range, we know times are hard, we're just trying to help you out!!
Another perk of this pendant?? The attached bail is rather large so pretty much any chain you have is going to fit!!

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