San Diego–Tijuana

What is San Diego–Tijuana known for?


species popular

and gopher snake. Amphibians included the Barred tiger salamander and California tree frog. Bird species popular to the region are the California quail, California condor, California least tern, Peregrine falcon and Golden eagle. Introduced parrot species such as the Red-crowned Amazon parrot have also been found living and breeding in San Diego County and parts of Tijuana Metro.


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Bernardo, the site of Sony US corporate headquarters.


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of 450 wind turbines, taking up an area predominantly in the Tecate region of Baja California larger than Anza Borrego Desert State Park.

the region the busiest land-border crossing in the world. Since the implementation of the North American Free

of the Pacific Coast’s colonial era. In 1769 Father Junípero Serra founded San Diego and created the first of the California missions, Mission San Diego de Alcalá.


developing cultural

Center Cultural Center anchors T.J. in its developing cultural scene and accommodates world class musical performances whose purpose is to perform solely in Tijuana, bypassing San Diego and encouraging its residents to cross the border to take advantage of the presented cultural opportunities.


leading industry

for natural beauty, tourism is a leading industry in the region and its coastal environs have been paramount factors in the growth of action sports (extreme sports)-lifestyle companies. Other key industries include military, biotech, and manufacturing. San Diego–Tijuana traces its European roots to 1542 when the land was explored by Portuguese explorers on behalf of imperial Spain. In 1601 it was mandated by the Spanish viceroy in Mexico City that safe ports be found, one of which would be San Diego Bay, for returning Spanish trade ships (Galleon) from Manila to Acapulco.


energy

region are Qualcomm, SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation), Sempra Energy, Sony, Kyocera, Pfizer Global Research & Development (Pfizer#Research and development), Callaway Golf, Sharp Healthcare, Scripps Health, Sanyo, Hitachi, Panasonic Corporation, Samsung, Hyundai, Mattel, Honeywell, Pioneer Corporation, Maxell, Douglas Furniture, and International Rectifier. ref name "SD-TJ" >

University of California, San Diego. Under Mexican law, stations located in Tijuana must broadcast the Mexican National Anthem twice daily and broadcast the National Hour on Sunday evenings. Other infrastructure thumb Sempra Sempra Corporate Headquarters (Image:SempraEnergyBuildingSanDiegoApr09.jpg) in San Diego The metropolitan region has developed many utilities which have primary focus on energy and environmental health. A focal point of cross-border environmental relations is the care

range as the largest desalination plant in the United States and produce 50-million gallons a day; enough water to supply 10% of San Diego region residents with drinking water. Energy The policies shared between San Diego and Tijuana


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the region the busiest land-border crossing in the world. Since the implementation of the North American Free


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thumb right San Diego during July 4 (Independence Day (United States)) fireworks Tourism is as a major industry of the region, owing much to the area's mild Mediterranean climate. Tijuana alone is the most visited city in the Western Hemisphere, second only to New York City.


work largest

; Qualcomm is the largest private-sector technology employer (excluding hospitals) in San Diego County.


local number

Telecommunications Union ITU prefix) must be dialed followed by "1" (the North American Numbering Plan calling code). Then the caller will in both cases proceed to dial the area code and the local number. Broadcasting Limited San Diego television

San Diego–Tijuana

'''San Diego–Tijuana''' is an international metropolitan (metropolis) conurbation, straddling the border of the adjacent North American coastal cities (List of cities in North America) of San Diego, California, United States and Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. The 2012 population of the region was 4,922,723, making it the largest bi-national conurbation shared between the United States and Mexico and the fourth largest in the world. In its entirety, the region consists of San Diego County (San Diego County, California) in the United States and the municipalities (municipio (Mexico)) of Tijuana (Tijuana Municipality, Baja California), Rosarito Beach (Rosarito Beach Municipality, Baja California), and Tecate (Tecate Municipality, Baja California) in Mexico. It is the third most populous region in the California-Baja California region, smaller only than the metropolitan areas of Greater Los Angeles (Greater Los Angeles Area) and the San Francisco Bay Area.

The largest centers of the urban area maintain global city status Renowned for natural beauty, tourism is a leading industry in the region and its coastal environs have been paramount factors in the growth of action sports (extreme sports)-lifestyle companies. Other key industries include military, biotech, and manufacturing.

San Diego–Tijuana traces its European roots to 1542 when the land was explored by Portuguese explorers on behalf of imperial Spain. In 1601 it was mandated by the Spanish viceroy in Mexico City that safe ports be found, one of which would be San Diego Bay, for returning Spanish trade ships (Galleon) from Manila to Acapulco. During this mission, the explorer Sebastián Vizcaíno was also told to map the California coast in great detail; leading to the further exploration of the modern day site of San Diego–Tijuana.

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