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What is the capital of Baja California?

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The capital of Baja California is Mexicali (32° 40' N, 115° 28' W)


Note: Baja California is often mistakenly called Baja California Norte, but there is no such thing. In reality, the Baja California peninsula is divided among two federal states: Baja California (capital Mexicali) and Baja California Sur (capital La Paz).
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Is Baja California a narrow plateau?

no because it is very big on the map

Which country is Baja California?

It is one of the States of Mexico.

Which country is Baja California located in?

Baja California is part of Mexico. It is a peninsula on which is located the Mexican States of Baja California and Baja California Sur.

Who owns Baja or lower California?

It is owned by Mexico (capital: Mexico City). It is conformed by two Mexican states, named as Baja California (capital: Mexicali) and Baja California Sur (capital: La Paz).

Where is baja California located?

It is part of Mexico, northwest of the mainland.

Why does Baja California belong to California?

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

Is Baja California in the US or Mexico?

The Baja California Peninsula is part of Mexico. It is also composed by two federal states: Baja California (Capital: Mexicali) and Baja California Sur (Capital: La Paz).

How was baja California formed?

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

What ocean borders Baja California?

The Pacific Ocean borders the Baja California Peninsula to the  west. It also has shores on the Gulf of California, which lies  between the peninsula and Mexico's mainland.