Medina was declared to be the Apple Capital of Texas by the Texas Department of Agriculture in 1989. That next year, Medina introduced the Medina Apple Festival that is held on the last Saturday in July and attracts about 20,000 visitors annually. The population of Medina was reported to be 515 that same year, but the population of the Medina city proper was estimated to be 250. Its population was officially estimated to be 515 in 2000.
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