Maps of California state. Detailed road, adminsitartive, physical, topographical and other maps of California state.
Maps of California state:
- Map of California. California map.
- Administrative map of California state. California state administrative map.
- Illustrated tourist map of California. California illustrated tourist map.
- Illustrated tourist map of California state. California state illustrated tourist map.
- Detailed tourist map of California state. California state detailed tourist map.
- Detaled old administrative map of California state – 1895.
- Detaled old administrative map of California state – 1896.
- Large road map of California sate with relief and cities.
- Large detailed map of California state. California state large detailed map.
- Large detailed road map of California state. California state large detailed road map.
- Large detailed administrative and road map of California. California large administrative and road map.
- Large detailed old illustrated tourist map of California state.
- Large detailed road and highways map of California state with all cities.
- Large detailed road and highways map of California state with all cities and national parks.
Maps of cities in California state:
The state of California – short description:
California’s coastline runs from Los Angeles in the south to San Francisco in the north, along the well-known Big Sur coastal highway, one of the most scenic drives in the USA.
Although Sacramento is the capital, Los Angeles is by far the largest in California, nicknamed the ‘City of Angels’ it is the number one entertainment capital of the world, with Hollywood and the stars in the leading role.
San Francisco and its Bay Area is the cosmopolitan city of California, with its famous Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and cultural sites, including many art museums. Around the San Francisco area to the north lie the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, renowned for their excellent wines, along with those of the Santa Barbara and San Diego areas.
The northern part of California is an exceptional natural site, with giant sequoias, redwoods, waterfalls, forests, icy lakes and high mountain peaks. The Desert region by contrast offers a vast expanse of arid land, with Death Valley at 86 m below sea level, scattered with glittering resorts such as Las Vegas.
In California the summers are very warm with cool evenings, while spring and autumn are mild. Winter brings the rainy season, although temperatures remain mild. In the mountains there is snow in the winter, while in the desert the winters are very mild and summers extremely hot.