San Diego, California

The second largest city in California (after Los Angeles), San Diego is a port of entry on San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

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The finest city of America. San Diego's equable climate, its extensive sand beaches, and its many cultural attractions make it a popular retirement spot and a year-round vacation and convention center. San Diego is one of the fastest-growing large cities in the United States. Its population grew from 875,538 in 1980 to 1,110,549 in 1990.

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San Diego is an important center for developing and manufacturing aerospace and electronic equipment. Other products include printed materials, machinery, fabricated metal products, processed food, furniture, clothing, and chemicals.

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The city is located in a productive farm region.

Major cities near San Diego:

Northwest
San Francisco
460 miles

Northwest
Los Angeles
116 miles

North-northeast
Las Vegas
258 miles

East
Phoenix
298 miles

East
Tucson
367 miles

 

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