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What is California known for?

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California is famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, its beaches and its mountains. The state is also known for being home to some famous and influential people such as Julia Child, Joe DiMaggio and Richard Nixon.

Fresno, California is home to California raisins, and the state produces around 17 million gallons of wine every year which is distributed all over the world. California is also the birthplace of many iconic toys such as the Frisbee, Barbie, video games and skateboards.

California was home to the California Gold Rush of the 1800's, and California redwoods are the tallest trees in the world.


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