Central California’s Agricultural and Natural Attractions

Central California’s Agricultural and Natural Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In California

  • Hollywood Bowl: Concert hall in Los Angeles, California.
    • Santa Monica Pier: Recreational and entertainment center in Santa Monica, California.

    California Facts:

    • The largest three-day rodeo in the United States is held on the Tehama County Fairgrounds in Red Bluff.
    • There are more than 300,000 tons of grapes grown in California annually.
    • Los Angeles has the most diverse population of Buddhist sects in the world.
    • You are not allowed to bury your dead within the city limits. Because of this restriction, only two cemeteries remain. One is behind the Mission San Francisco de Asis. The other is the National Cemetery in the Presidio. In 1902, the board of supervisors voted to stop all burials within the city limits due to space issues. To make more room, they then decided to move the current graves down to Colma. This move took place between the 1920s and the 1940s.
    Average temperatures and precipitation for selected communities in California[134]
    Location August
    (°F)
    August
    (°C)
    January
    (°F)
    January
    (°C)
    Annual
    Precipitation
    (mm/in)
    Los Angeles 83/64 29/18 66/48 20/8 377/15
    LAX/LA Beaches 75/64 23/18 65/49 18/9 326/13
    San Diego 76/67 24/19 65/49 18/9 262/10
    San Jose 82/58 27/14 58/42 14/5 401/16
    San Francisco 67/54 20/12 56/46 14/8 538/21
    Fresno 97/66 34/19 55/38 12/3 292/11
    Sacramento 91/58 33/14 54/39 12/3 469/18
    Oakland 73/58 23/14 58/44 14/7 588/23
    Bakersfield 96/69 36/21 56/39 13/3 165/7
    Riverside 94/60 35/18 67/39 19/4 260/10
    Eureka 62/53 16/11 54/41 12/5 960/38
    Death Valley 115/86 46/30 67/40 19/4 60/2
    Mammoth Lakes 77/45 25/7 40/15 4/ −9 583/23

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    Largest combined statistical areas in California
    CA rank U.S. rank Combined statistical area[156] 2020 census[156] 2010 census[156] Change Counties[157]
    1 2 Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area 18,644,680 17,877,006 +4.29% Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura
    2 4 San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA Combined Statistical Area 9,714,023 8,923,942 +8.85% Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Merced, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus
    3 23 Sacramento-Roseville, CA Combined Statistical Area 2,680,831 2,414,783 +11.02% El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, Yuba
    4 45 Fresno-Madera, CA Combined Statistical Area 1,317,395 1,234,297 +6.73% Fresno, Kings, Madera
    5 125 Redding-Red Bluff, CA Combined Statistical Area 247,984 240,686 +3.03% Shasta, Tehama

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