Spanning from (a) Crockett county in the west to the city of Austin and Travis county in the east, and (b) Mills county in the north to Kinney, Uvalde, and Medina counties in the south, the Hill Country Region of Texas is one of the most popular tourist areas in the southern United States due to its many attractions and scenic beauty.
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