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Tijuana, Mexico - Satellite Image Map




Tijuana Mexico satellite image map


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Tijuana Profile:


Tijuana is located on the United States-Mexico border near the Pacific Ocean. It is the largest city in the Mexican State of Baja California.

Visible Communities in the Satellite Image:


Some of the other cities and communities which can be seen in this image include: Imperial Beach, San Ysidro, Otay, Otay Mesa, Palm City, Chula Vista, Nestor, Castle Park, Harbor Side, Boal, Mexico, Colonia Buena Vista, Garcia, Joya La, San Luis, South San Diego, Nestor and Boal.

Visible Features in the Satellite Image:


The physical and man-features which are visible in this satellite image include: the Otay Mountains, Spooners Mesa, San Diego Bay, Tijuana River, Tijuana River National Estuarine Reserve, Border Field State Park, Imperial Beach Naval Air Station, Brown Field Municipal Airport and the Abelardo L. Rodriguez Dam. A man-made feature that is clearly evident is the United States/Mexico International border.

Population:


1286000

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