The city of Kissimmee borders the 30,000 acres of land owned by the Walt Disney World Resort in central Florida. Kissimmee is home to innumerable hotels, independent resort communities,  strip malls, and gift shops. Because of an abundance of inexpensive land adjacent to some of the most visited attractions in the world, this area is subject to constant development and redevelopment, a process which creates scenes of decay and renewal, and very often an awkward stasis between the two.
The Great Pyramids
The Expectation of Population II
The Expectation of Population
The Great Estate
The Great Wall
The Old Aquifer Old Aquifer
The City's Stores City's Stores
The New Settlement
The Tree That Grew Itself
The Walled City

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