Playas de Tijuana.
Downtown Tijuana in the 1920s.
View of the U.S.-Mexico border fence from Playas de Tijuana, at the left. Before fortification
Álvaro Obregón School in 1930.
Kids playing at sunset in Playas de Tijuana
The Jai Alai arena, built in 1947, attracted spectators from both sides of the border.
Park Towers Tower I and Tower II under construction
Agua Caliente Casino in 1951.
TRW building in Playas
San Francisco de Asís Church, built in 1959.
The number of skyscrapers and high rises in Tijuana has grown significantly in the 21st century.
View of the Cerro San Isidro from across the valley from Cerro Colorado.
Sunset in Playas de Tijuana.
Teniente Guerrero Park.
View of Downtown Tijuana.
View down Paseo de los Héroes of the Abraham Lincoln Monument.
Skyscrapers on Blvd. Agua Caliente.
The Mexico–United States barrier at the Pacific Coast.
The ocean in Playas de Tijuana.
Cerro San Isidro covered in snow.
The Tijuana Mexico Temple is a temple of the Mormon Church.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Tijuana.
Imaculada Concepción Church.
Monument to Ignacio Zaragoza.
The Palace of Government of Tijuana Municipality.
View of the Zona Río.
Restaurants on Avenida Revolución.
Market in Downtown Tijuana.
Plaza Santa Cecília decorated with traditional Mexican papel picado.
Excel Medical Center.
Tijuana has grown in the 21st century as a significant commercial and manufacturing center of North America.
Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana (UABC).
View of Avenida Revolución.
Tijuana Cultural Center is an arts center and home to the Museum of The Californias.
The Tijuana Arch, in Zona Centro.
Caesar salad was invented at Caesar's in the 1920's.
Casa de la Cultura de Tijuana.
View of Tijuana's Zona Centro.
Señor de Misericordia Church.
A Norteño musical ensemble performing in Downtown Tijuana.
The 18 de Marzo Memorial.
Estadio Caliente, home to Club Tijuana of the Liga MX.
Estadio Chevron
Tijuana International Airport.
Vía Rápida in Tijuana.
Amistad bus rapid transit station.
A Tijuana BRT bus.
Cristo de los Álamos statue.

Playas de Tijuana (Spanish for "beaches of Tijuana") is the westernmost borough of the municipality of Tijuana, Baja California, stretching from the United States border in the north to Rosarito Beach Municipality in the south.

- Playas de Tijuana

Playas de Tijuana — This is the westernmost borough of the city bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west and the United States border on the north. This is where the beaches of Tijuana are located (hence the name) and it is also one of the two exits to the south towards Rosarito and Ensenada.

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Playas de Tijuana.

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Imperial Beach, California

Residential beach city in San Diego County, California, with a population of 26,324 at the 2010 census.

Residential beach city in San Diego County, California, with a population of 26,324 at the 2010 census.

Children looking through the border fence on the Mexican side of Imperial Beach
The pier of Imperial Beach
Surfer statue

It is in the South Bay area of San Diego County, 14.1 mi south of downtown San Diego and 5 mi northwest of downtown Tijuana, Mexico.

The city occupies the extreme southwest corner of the continental United States: bordered by Playas de Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico to the south, Coronado, California and the San Diego Bay to the north, San Diego to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Tijuana Municipality

Municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California.

Municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California.

View of the U.S.-Mexico border fence from Playas de Tijuana, at the left.

Its municipal seat is located in the city of Tijuana.

Playas de Tijuana — This is the westernmost borough of the city bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west and the United States border on the north. This is where the beaches of Tijuana are located (hence the name) and it is also one of the two exits to the south towards Rosarito and Ensenada.