California (disambiguation)

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California may refer to:

California, a western state of the United States. It may also refer to:

North America

United States

Canada

Mexico
  • Baja California, one of the 31 states of Mexico. Formerly known as North Territory of Baja California.
  • Baja California Sur, one of the 31 states of Mexico. Formerly known as South Territory of Baja California.
  • Baja California Peninsula, or Lower California peninsula, a peninsula of North America in the west of Mexico.
  • Gulf of California, the body of water between Baja California Peninsula and the rest of Mexico, also called Sea of Cortez.
  • Baja California, Chiapas, Mexico
Central America
Caribbean

South America

Europe

  • Italy:
    • California, Lecco, Lombardy
    • Campofiorenzo-California, Lecco, Lombardy
    • California, Castelfranco Emilia, Emilia Romagna, Modena
    • La California, a village in the municipality of Bibbona in Tuscany, province of Livorno
    • California, Lesmo, Milan
    • Nouva California, Ardea, Rome
    • California, Gosaldo, locality in the province of Belluno
  • The Netherlands:
    • Californië (Gelderland), a tiny settlement
    • Californië (Limburg), a tiny settlement
  • United Kingdom:

New Zealand

Historical Places

  • California Republic, a short-lived independent state founded by American rebels against Mexico in 1846
  • Alta California, the northern part of the California region of New Spain and Mexico, formed as a separate territory in 1804 and acquired by the United States in 1848.
  • Baja California (territory), the southern part of the California region of New Spain and Mexico, formed as a separate territory in 1804. In 1930 the territory was separated into North and South territories.
  • Las Californias, the wider region along the west coast of North America during Spanish and Mexican rule.
  • Island of California, an early geographical misconception that the Baja California Peninsula was an island.