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It was Formed by the Reaction of the Volcanism 600F under the earths surface where the heat and pressure rose all the Lava and formed the Baja California
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Some of the things to do are:- Whale watching. Sitting on a beach. Visiting a resort.
On a map, yes. California is one of the United States of America. Baja California is one of the states of the United States of Mexico and lies south of California and nor…th of Baja California Sur. (In the Spanish language, baja means lower or below.)
No, Baja California is located south of California and is a part of Mexico.
It doesn't; it belongs to Mexico. Baja California (Lower California, in Mexico) was first visited by Spanish in 1533. The present U.S. state was called Alta (Upper) California…. Statehood started in 1850.
There are two, "Baja California Norte" and "Baja California Sur" and both of them belong to Mexico.
Mexico. It is the northern and western most state of Mexico.
Hernan Cortes. He however, thought Baja California was an island.
Baja California is one of the states in Mexico where most of foreign-owned factories and assembly plants, known as maquiladoras , are located. Some of these include, by type:… . Aerospace: Delphi Connection Systems - Tijuana . Automotive: Hyundai de Mexico . Toys: BBS Baja . Furniture: Royal Cabinets de Mexico . Chemicals: California Quimica Industrial . Clothing: Safariland Internacional . Iron & Steel products: Ikegami Mold de Mexico . Food & beverages: Empacadora Rosarito . Electronics & household products: Sanyo Manufacturing . Plastics: Eson Precisions Engineering
Just south of California. You see, "Baja" means "lower" in Spanish.
Tijuana (1.18 million) right at the US-Mexico border holds that distinction.
Mexico owns baja or lower california.
it is semi rugged
Baja California is the thin but long peninsula on northwestern Mexico, protruding from southern California. The Isthmus of Tehuantepec is the thinnest region in Mexico, separa…ting the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean.
Nearly all the of Baja Peninsula is part of the Sonoran Desert.
In general terms, the northwestern Mexican culture. There were no important civilizations on the peninsula when it became part of the Spanish holdings in the New World (1539),… and didn't became significantly populated until the later half of the 20th century: in 1900 it had a population of 47,624 people while the last census (2010) puts the population of the whole peninsula at 3.79 million.
Tijuana (pop: 1,751,302) is by far the most populated city in Baja California.