Tijuana Municipality

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

Municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California.

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Rancho Cueros de Venado

1835 land grant in the vicinity of the Pueblo of San Diego of Alta California, and whose site is in present-day Tijuana in Baja California, Mexico.

Rancho Cueros de Venado was granted to Juan María Marrón in 1835.

The rancho's region in the southeast of the Tijuana Municipality still bears the name "Cueros de Venedo".

Rancho San Antonio Abad

Playas de Tijuana.

Rancho San Antonio Abad, a land grant in what is now the western part of Tijuana in the Tijuana Municipality of Baja California, Mexico.

Rancho San Isidro Ajajolojol

Land grant made to José López in 1836 by interim Governor Nicolas Gutierrez.

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It covered 26,019.53 acres in what is now San Isidro in the Tijuana Municipality of Baja California, Mexico 14 miles east of Tijuana, and 9 miles west of Tecate along the northern tributaries of the Tijuana River near the United States boundary in Baja California Territory.

Otay Mesa East Port of Entry

Planned border crossing between San Diego and Tijuana, approximately 2 miles east of the existing Otay Mesa Port of Entry.

The crossing will connect the Otay Centenario borough of Tijuana with East Otay Mesa in unincorporated San Diego County, an as-yet undeveloped area slotted for future development including a business park.

Ecatepec de Morelos

Municipality in the State of Mexico.

Sosa Texcoco, plane lands over Ecatepec de Morelos.
The glyph for Ecatepec. Its name is represented by a hill (tepetl) and the face of the wind god (Ehecatl).
Statues of Mariano Matamoros, José María Morelos and Hermenegildo Galeana on the main square.
City Hall in San Cristóbal Ecatepec.
Ciudad Azteca, subway and mexibus station in Central Avenue.
Ecatepec metro station logo

It is Mexico's fourth most-populous municipality after Tijuana, León and Puebla, and the most populated suburb of Greater Mexico City.

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American post-apocalyptic horror drama television series created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson for AMC.

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The primary characters from the first season include (from left to right): Alicia, Nick, Madison, Travis, Liza, Chris, Daniel, Griselda, and Ofelia

Additional locations in Tijuana Municipality included Avenida Revolución, Abelardo L. Rodríguez Dam and the hills that hosted the Otto's ranch.

Ibero College Tijuana

Ibero College Tijuana, opened in 1982, is a Jesuit middle and high school on the campus of Ibero-American University Tijuana in Playas de Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico.

Same-sex marriage in Baja California

Same-sex marriage in Baja California has been legal since 3 November 2017 when the state government announced it would cease to enforce its same-sex marriage ban.

Two men marry, surrounded by wedding party, in New Orleans, United States on 11 November 2017

At the end of the process, all 6 municipalities had ratified the constitutional change; 3 voted in favor of the amendment (Mexicali, Tecate, and Tijuana), while the remaining 3 did not vote and as such were regarded as having assented (Ensenada, Rosarito Beach, and San Quintín).

List of twin towns and sister cities in Cuba

List of municipalities in Cuba which have standing links to local communities in other countries.

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🇲🇽 Tijuana, Mexico

2021 Mexican local elections

Local elections are scheduled to be held in Mexico on June 6, 2021.

Carlos Mendoza Davis

Tijuana Municipality – 2021 Tijuana Elections - Montserrat Cabellero Ramirez won 48.45% of the vote in Tijuana city.