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There is one answers to this question... if the peninsula is Baja California, then is owned by Mexico... (THE ANSWER IS MEXICO) if you are not talking about Baja California then I don't not know the answer to that!!!!! SORRY :( :( :( :(
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Mexico owns the pennsula called Baja California.
Baja California is owned by Mexico.
Baja California is a State of Mexico.
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Baja California is in Mexico, just south of California in the US. They border each other. Baja means lower in the Spanish language.
Yes Baja and Yuatacan Peninsulas are in Mexico. "Baja" is the common name for the Baja California Peninsula, which protrudes from southern California and runs along north-west…ern Mexico. Some important cities in such peninsula are Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali, La Paz and Los Cabos. Yucatan is the common name for the Yucatan Peninsula, which is located in south-eastern Mexico and touches the Gulf of Mexico as well as the Caribbean Sea. The most important cities in there would be Cancun, Merida, Tulum or Cozumel.
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Yes, it is. But don't confuse it with California, which is a state on the western board of the United States. See related questions for further detail.
Just south of California. You see, "Baja" means "lower" in Spanish.
Tijuana, La Paz, Los Cabos, Mexicali or Ensenada qualify as such. Tijuana is the 7th largest city in the country (1.8 million by 2010).
Mexico owns it.
When it was discovered in 1534 by Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, the long peninsula was thought to be an island, so it was named after a mythical island inhabited by Amaz…on warriors and described in the Spanish romance novel The Adventures of Esplandian (1510). After further discoveries, the whole area now encompassing the US state of California and the peninsula, were known as the Territory of the Californias, being subdivided into the Alta California (Higher California), and the Baja California (Lower California). After the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) Mexico lost its northern territories, keeping the Baja California territory. Nowadays, it has been further subdivided into two federal states: Baja California (capital Mexicali) and Baja California Sur (capital La Paz). Both acquired statehood in 1952 and 1974, respectively.
The answer is...Mexico