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California is a federated state of the United States.

California may also refer to:


Regions and historical territories

  • Las Californias a region along the west coast of North America during Spanish and Mexican rule
  • Gulf of California, a body of water in Mexico between Baja California peninsula and the North American mainland
Alta (upper) California
Baja (lower) California
  • Baja California peninsula, a peninsula of North America, in northwestern Mexico.
    • Baja California Territory (1773-1931), a former Mexican territory, it comprised the whole Baja California peninsula and some areas in the north of it.
    • Republic of Baja California (1853), a former republic, comprising the whole Baja California Territory.
    • Island of California, an early geographical misconception that the Baja California Peninsula was an island
  • Baja California (1952-), the 29th Mexican state (formerly North Territory of Baja California).
  • Baja California Sur (1974-), the 31st Mexican state (formerly South Territory of Baja California).
  • Baja California Desert


North America
South America


CTA stations





Other uses

People with the name

  • Randy California (1951-1997), American musician
  • California Molefe (born 1980), Botswana runner
  • Robert California, a fictional character on The Office
  • California Sunanda Zendenga, a fictional character from The Crusade of Zulera

See also

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