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Area Codes for the Largest Cities in California
Agoura Hills 818
Alameda 510
Alhambra 626
Aliso Viejo 949
Altadena 626
Anaheim 714/657
Antioch 925
Apple Valley 760
Arcadia 626
Arden-arcade 916
Atascadero 805
Atwater 209
Azusa 626
Bakersfield 661
Baldwin Park 626
Banning 951
Barstow 760
Bay Point 925
Bell 323
Bell Gardens 323
Bellflower 562
Belmont 650
Benicia 707
Berkeley 510
Beverly Hills 424/310
Brawley 760
Brea 714/657
Brentwood 925
Buena Park 714/657
Burbank 818
Burlingame 650
Calabasas 818
Calexico 760
Camarillo 805
Campbell 669/408
Carlsbad 760
Carmichael 916
Carson 424/310
Castro Valley 510
Cathedral City 760
Ceres 209
Cerritos 562
Chico 530
Chino 909
Chino Hills 909
Chula Vista 619
Citrus Heights 916
Claremont 909
Clovis 559
Coachella 760
Colton 909
Concord 925
Corona 951
Coronado 619
Costa Mesa 949
Covina 626
Cudahy 323
Culver City 424/310
Cypress 657/714
Daly City 650
Dana Point 949
Danville 925
Davis 530
Delano 661
Diamond Bar 909
Downey 562
Duarte 626
Dublin 925
East Los Angeles 323
East Palo Alto 650
El Cajon 619
El Centro 760
El Cerrito 510
El Monte 626
El Paso De Robles 805
Elk Grove 916
Encinitas 760
Escondido 760
Eureka 707
Fair Oaks 916
Fairfield 707
Fallbrook 760
Florence-graham 323
Florin 916
Folsom 916
Fontana 909
Foster City 650
Fountain Valley 657/714
Fremont 510
Fresno 559
Fullerton 657/714
Garden Grove 657/714
Gardena 424/310
Gilroy 408/669
Glendale 818
Glendora 626
Goleta 805
Hacienda Heights 626
Hanford 559
Hawthorne 424/310
Hayward 510
Hemet 951
Hesperia 760
Highland 909
Hollister 831
Huntington Beach 714/657
Huntington Park 323
Imperial Beach 619
Indio 760
Inglewood 424/310
Irvine 949
La Canada Flintridge 818
La Habra 562
La Mesa 619
La Mirada 562
La Presa 619
La Puente 626
La Quinta 760
La Riviera 916
La Verne 909
Lafayette 925
Laguna 916
Laguna Beach 949
Laguna Hills 949
Laguna Niguel 949
Lake Forest 949
Lakewood 562
Lancaster 661
Lawndale 424/310
Lemon Grove 619
Lennox 424/310
Livermore 925
Lodi 209
Lomita 424/310
Lompoc 805
Long Beach 562
Los Altos 650
Los Angeles 213
Los Banos 209
Los Gatos 408/669
Lynwood 424/310
Madera 559
Manhattan Beach 424/310
Manteca 209
Marina 831
Martinez 925
Maywood 323
Menlo Park 650
Merced 209
Millbrae 650
Milpitas 669/408
Mission Viejo 949
Modesto 209
Monrovia 626
Montclair 909
Montebello 323
Monterey 831
Monterey Park 626
Moorpark 805
Moreno Valley 951
Morgan Hill 669/408
Mountain View 650
Murrieta 951
Napa 707
National City 619
Newark 510
Newport Beach 949
Norco 951
North Highlands 916
Norwalk 562
Novato 415
Oakland 510
Oakley 925
Oceanside 760
Oildale 661
Ontario 909
Orange 714/657
Orangevale 916
Orcutt 805
Oxnard 805
Pacifica 650
Palm Desert 760
Palm Springs 760
Palmdale 661
Palo Alto 650
Paradise 530
Paramount 562
Parkway-south Sacramento 916
Pasadena 626
Perris 951
Petaluma 707
Pico Rivera 562
Pittsburg 925
Placentia 714/657
Pleasant Hill 925
Pleasanton 925
Pomona 909
Port Hueneme 805
Porterville 559
Poway 858
Rancho Cordova 916
Rancho Cucamonga 909
Rancho Palos Verdes 424/310
Rancho San Diego 619
Rancho Santa Margarita 949
Redding 530
Redlands 909
Redondo Beach 424/310
Redwood City 650
Reedley 559
Rialto 909
Richmond 510
Ridgecrest 760
Riverside 951
Rocklin 916
Rohnert Park 707
Rosemead 626
Rosemont 916
Roseville 916
Rowland Heights 626
Rubidoux 951
Sacramento 916
Salinas 831
San Anselmo 415
San Bernardino 909
San Bruno 650
San Buenaventura 805
San Carlos 650
San Clemente 949
San Diego 619
San Dimas 909
San Fernando 818
San Francisco 415
San Gabriel 626
San Jose 669/408
San Juan Capistrano 949
San Leandro 510
San Lorenzo 510
San Luis Obispo 805
San Marcos 760
San Mateo 650
San Pablo 510
San Rafael 415
San Ramon 925
Santa Ana 657/714
Santa Barbara 805
Santa Clara 669/408
Santa Clarita 661
Santa Cruz 831
Santa Maria 805
Santa Monica 424/310
Santa Paula 805
Santa Rosa 707
Santee 619
Saratoga 669/408
Seal Beach 562
Seaside 831
Simi Valley 805
South El Monte 626
South Gate 323
South Lake Tahoe 530
South Pasadena 626
South San Francisco 650
South San Jose Hills 626
South Whittier 562
Spring Valley 619
Stanton 657/714
Stockton 209
Suisun City 707
Sunnyvale 669/408
Temecula 951
Temple City 626
Thousand Oaks 805
Torrance 424/310
Tracy 209
Tulare 559
Turlock 209
Tustin 657/714
Tustin Foothills 657/714
Union City 510
Upland 909
Vacaville 707
Valinda 626
Vallejo 707
Victorville 760
Visalia 559
Vista 760
Walnut 626
Walnut Creek 925
Wasco 661
Watsonville 831
West Carson 424/310
West Covina 626
West Hollywood 323
West Puente Valley 626
West Sacramento 916
West Whittier -los Nietos 562
Westminster 657/714
Westmont 323
Whittier 562
Windsor 707
Woodland 530
Yorba Linda 714/657
Yuba City 530
Yucaipa 909

California is a state American Western Pacific coast. The North East in Oregon, Nevada and Arizona, south of Mexico, West by the Pacific ocean. Area of 411013 square kilometers, the name of the name from a small island in the Spanish legend.
The northwest corner of California have red Wood National Park; a Yosemite National Park, Jens Canyon National Park in eastern Sierra Nevada foothills west slope; southeast of Death Valley National Monument, the Joshua Tree National monument.
The state flower is the Jin Yingsu (Golden Poppy). The state bird is the California quail (California Valley Quail). The state tree is the California mahogany (California Redwood). The motto is "I have found it" (I have found it).
California is located in the southwestern United States, Mexico to the South and the Pacific Ocean to the West and north to Oregon, east of Nevada and adjacent to the southeast and Arizona.
State of California


Alias Golden State
Administrative region class state
USA belongs to western area
Under the jurisdiction of Losangeles area, San Francisco
Government resident of Sacramento
Area of 423970 square kilometers
A population of 40120000 (2013)
California dialect of English
Climatic conditions in different climate of North and South
The state public train station train station
License plate code CAL
The population density of 87.85 people / sq km (2013)


Climate and area: 423971 square kilometers of state area, ranking third in the United States 50. Is a temperate climate, humid and rainy winter, the average temperature of 7 degrees Celsius to 17 degrees Celsius; summer dry, sunny, the average temperature of 15 degrees Celsius to 26 degrees celsius.
Urban population: California national population density is the highest in the state. It has a population of about 3769 million (in 2011), ranking first in the nation, as a Chinese national is the most concentrated area, Sacramento (Sacramento), major cities in Southern California have (Los Angeles) and (Santiago), the major cities in Northern California is San Francisco.
History: in 1542-1579, Portuguese and the British people has came to California Adventure, began in the late 18th century, Spanish missionaries gradually established settlements.
1846-1848 years of the Mexican American war ended, California was divided into the United States and Mexico, today's California and Mexico. California joined the United States in 1850 to become the United States thirty-first states.
Economic indicators: California is the largest state of the U.S. economy, in 2011 GDP was $19589, accounting for 13.08% of the proportion of the United States GDP, ranking first in the state of the United states. 2011 per capita GDP51972 us dollars.
Trade situation: foreign trade occupies an important position in the economy of California, accounting for about 25% of California's gross domestic product, and second of American States in export trade (first in Texas).


2011 total exports of foreign trade 159 billion 350 million U.S. dollars, an increase of 11.3%. The main export products for civil aircraft and parts, electronic products, industrial machinery, computers, transportation tools, precision instruments, oil, etc.. California products to the world's 224 countries and regions, mainly in Mexico, Canada, China, Japan, Korea, China Hongkong, Taiwan, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, Holland, etc..
Japan is the largest investor in California, the other major foreign source countries are: Holland, the United Kingdom and germany. Foreign investors in the main areas of investment in California is very wide, there are manufacturing, service and wholesale. Investment in manufacturing is concentrated in the high-tech industries, such as chemical, pharmaceutical, computer and electronic industries. Foreign investment in the service industry is mainly concentrated in the bank, the foreign bank's assets in the total assets of the Bank of California accounted for 1/5.
California's diverse geography ranges from the Pacific Coast in the west, to the Sierra Nevada in the east ¨C from the Redwood¨CDouglas fir forests of the northwest, to the Mojave Desert areas in the southeast.

The center of the state is dominated by the Central Valley, a major agricultural area. California contains both the highest and lowest points in the contiguous United States (Mount Whitney and Death Valley), and has the 3rd longest coastline of all states (after Alaska and Florida).

High tech industry: one of the major industries in California, the nation's 100 fastest developing high-tech companies, there are 39 in California, only one place in the Silicon Valley of high-tech products exports accounted for 1/3 of the United states. Nearly half of the U.S. biotechnology employment in California, nearly 30% of the U.S. biotechnology company headquartered in California, medical equipment and measurement and control equipment production accounted for 20% of the United states.
California's economy is the main agriculture (including fruit, vegetables, dairy products and wine), the scale of agriculture is second times more than two industries, agricultural land accounted for 30%, mainly for irrigation agriculture.
Forestry: forestry developed, one of the country's three largest timber production. Fisheries: Fisheries output the first, San Francesco, Santiago and San Pedro as an important fishing port.
Manufacturing: manufacturing industry developed, a complete range of products, a wide range of products, the number of output and employment are ranked first in the country. Mainly in aerospace, electronics and other emerging industries and refining, petrochemical, ammunition, food processing, paper, printing, etc..

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y Spanish and indigenous) ¨C and the ind¨ªgenas, the indigenous descendants of Mexico¡¯s pre-Hispanic inhabitants.
Mestizos are in the great majority and hold most positions of power and influence, but the ind¨ªgenas, while mostly materially poor, are often culturally rich.
Approximately 60 Mexican indigenous peoples survive, each with their own language and, often, unique costumes, and their way of life is still imbued with communal customs, beliefs and rituals bound up with nature.
By official figures approximately 15 million people in Mexico (13% of the population) are indigenous.
The biggest group is the Nahua, descendants of the ancient Aztecs, nearly three million of whom are spread around central Mexico.
The approximately two million Yucatec Maya on the Yucat¨¢n Peninsula are direct descendants of the ancient Maya, as (probably) are the Tzotziles and Tzeltales of Chiapas (totaling about one million).
Also directly descended from well-known pre-Hispanic peoples are the estimated one million Zapotecs and 800,000 Mixtecs, mainly in Oaxaca; the 400,000 Totonacs in Veracruz; and the 200,000 Pur¨¦pecha (Tarasco people) in Michoac¨¢n.
The secrets of physical and spiritual health of a Nahua curandera (literally ¡®curer¡¯) are revealed in Woman Who Glows in the Dark by Elena ¨¢vila.
The Spiritual Dimension Yoga, the temascal (indigenous cleansing steam bath) and new-age cosmic energies may mean more to some Mexicans today than traditional Roman Catholicism, but a spiritual dimension of some kind or other remains important in most Mexicans¡¯ lives.
COMMUNING WITH DEPARTED SOULS Perhaps no other festival reveals more about Mexican spirituality than the D¨ªa de ?uertos (Day of the Dead), the happy-sad remembrance of departed loved ones at the beginning of November.
The D¨ªa de Muertos originated in colonial times, when the Catholic Church fused indigenous rites honoring and communing with the dead with its own celebrations of All Saints¡¯ Day (November 1) and All Souls¡¯ Day (November 2).
Today Muertos is a national phenomenon, with people everywhere cleaning graves and decorating them with flowers, holding graveyard vigils and building elaborate altars to welcome back their loved ones.
For the mestizo (mixed ancestry) majority, it¡¯s more of a popular folk festival and family occasion.
The Catholic belief is that departed souls are in heaven or in purgatory, not actually back on a visit to Earth.
Nevertheless, many find comfort in a sense that lost loved ones are somehow more present at this time.
Among many indigenous communities, Muertos is still very much a religious and spiritual event.
For them, the observance might more appropriately be called Noche de Muertos (Night of the Dead), because families actually spend whole nights at the graveyard communing with the dead.
Sugar skulls, chocolate coffins and toy skeletons are sold in markets everywhere, both as Muertos gifts for children and graveyard decorations; this tradition derives in great measure from the work of artist Jos¨¦ Guadalupe Posada (1852¨C1913), renowned for his satirical figures of a skeletal Death cheerfully engaging in everyday life, working, dancing, courting, drinking and riding horses into battle.
Roman Catholicism About 85% of Mexicans profess Roman Catholicism, making this the world¡¯s second-biggest Catholic country after Brazil.
Almost half of Mexican Catholics attend church weekly.
Though church and state have a history of rocky relations, Catholicism remains very much part of the nation¡¯s established fabric.
Most Mexican fiestas are built around local saints¡¯ days, and pilgrimages to important shrines are a big feature of the calendar.
The church¡¯s most binding symbol is Nuestra Se?ora de Guadalupe, the dark- skinned manifestation of the Virgin Mary who appeared to an Aztec potter, Juan Diego, in 1531 on Cerro del Tepeyac hill in what¡¯s now northern Mexico City.
A crucial link between Catholic and indigenous spirituality, the Virgin of Guadalupe is now the country¡¯s religious patron, an archetypal mother whose blue-cloaked image is ubiquitous and whose name is invoked in political speeches and literature as well as religious ceremonies.
December 12, her feast day, sees large-scale celebrations and pilgrimages all over the country, biggest of all in Mexico City.
Though some church figures have supported causes such as indigenous rights, the Mexican Catholic Church is a socially conservative body.
It has alienated some sectors of the population by its strong opposition to Mexico City¡¯s legalization of abortion and to the gay marriages or civil unions which are now legal in Mexico City and the states of Colima, Quintana Roo and Coahuila.
SANTA MUERTE A bizarre and growing challenge to mainstream religion comes from the cult of Santa Muerte (Saint Death), which was condemned as blasphemous by the Vatican in 2013 but by some estimates now has eight million followers in Mexico.
Many Mexicans who feel that the traditional Catholic Trinity and saints are not answering their prayers are now praying and making offerings to cloaked, scythe- wielding skeleton images in private and public sanctuaries.
Drug gangs are notoriously among the cult¡¯s most loyal followers, and there have even been reports of alleged human sacrifices to Santa Muerte.
The best known Santa Muerte Altar (Alfarer¨ªa, north of Mineros; Tepito) is in Mexico City¡¯s crime-ridden Tepito neighborhood.
Indigenous Religion The Spanish missionaries of the 16th and 17th centuries won indigenous Mexicans over to Catholicism by grafting it onto pre-Hispanic religions.
Old gods were renamed as Christian saints, old festivals were melded with Christian feast days.
Indigenous Christianity is still fused with ancient beliefs today.
Jalisco¡¯s Huichol people have two Christs, but Nakaw¨¦, the fertility goddess, is a more important deity.
In the Catholic church at the Tzotzil Maya town of San Juan Chamula, you may see chanting curanderos (healers) carrying out shamanistic rites.
In the traditional indigenous world almost everything has a spiritual dimension ¨C trees, rivers, hills, wind, rain and sun have their own gods or spirits, and illness may be seen as a ¡®loss of soul¡¯ resulting from wrongdoing or from the malign influence of someone with magical powers.
Around 10% of Mexicans adhere to non-Catholic varieties of Christianity.
Some are members of Protestant churches set up by US missionaries in the 19th century.
Millions of others, especially among the indigenous rural poor of southeast Mexico, have been converted since the 1970s by a wave of American Pentecostal, Evangelical, Mormon, Seventh-Day Adventist and Jehovah¡¯s Witness missionaries.
Letting off Steam Mexicans have many ways of releasing their emotional and physical energy.
Religion , artistic expression and the countless fiestas are among them.
So are sports.
F¨²tbol No sport ignites Mexicans¡¯ passions more than f¨²tbol (soccer).
Games in the 18- team Liga MX, the national First Division, are played at weekends almost year
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