Santa Ana (Spanish: Saint Anne) is a city in Santa Ana County, California, USA. Founded in 1869, the city had nearly 18 million residents in 2010, with 2.3 million people, or two-thirds, born in the last 10 years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2010, the United Nations Population Fund estimated that there were 332,318, making it one of America's most populous cities, after San Francisco.
It ranks 20th in the world, compared with countries such as Saudi Arabia and Switzerland, which are 21st and 22nd respectively. It ranks second when it comes to gross domestic product (GDP) per capita and third when it comes to gross national product. In terms of United States gross domestic product (GDP), it ranked second, behind New York City and Los Angeles.
If you are interested in the history of Santa Ana, you can find out more on the city's website. There are also a number of local museums, galleries, museums and other historical sites that meet your needs. We have listed some of the many events that this city has to offer, such as the annual San Diego County Historical Society Christmas Parade and California State Fair, as well as many other events and events. Santa's restaurant offers a wide range of options, from casual to upscale and from the best to the best.
Get to know the Artist Village, home to the Santa Ana Museum of Art and the San Diego County Historical Society Museum.
The Santa Ana Museum of Art and the San Diego County Historical Society Museum are both open to the public on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The 12-minute drive to Santa Anaheim is just a short drive from downtown and is easily accessible from downtown, which is accessible via the Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau (OCCTB) or the county's main bus line. It is accessible by bus from Orange, Orange and Riverside County and can be reached from San Bernardino County, Los Angeles and Orange County.
Downtown can be reached via the Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau (OCCTB) or the county's main bus line. At the western end of the city, the Santa Ana Museum of Art and the San Diego County Historical Society Museum, both built in 1900 of red sandstone and Arizona granite, are worth a visit.
The Santa Ana Zoo and San Diego County Zoo are also located to the east of the city. Founded in 1952, the zoo attracts more than 270,000 visitors a year and is the second largest zoo in the United States with more than 1,500 animals.
Downtown Santa Ana is an experience for walkers, with unique drinks and snacks, entertainment, clothing and movies shown in Spanish. Its architecture is Old World charm with a dash of Art Deco, allowing you to stroll through the charm of the Old World. Art walks and art nights are a great option for those who want to experience the beach community and regularly welcome local artists, craftsmen, artists and artists from around the world as well as local food and beverage vendors. With With a retail space of 1.5 million square meters, it is the second largest city in Southern California and the third largest in California after Los Angeles.
The downtown area is home to the Santa Ana Civic Center, which houses the Orange County Convention and Visiting Office, as well as a variety of restaurants and shops. It also includes the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the California State Capitol and the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The diocese also operates a number of schools in Santa Ana and Orange County, including St. Vincent de Paul Catholic High School, St. Mary's Catholic Elementary School and St. John the Evangelist Catholic Elementary School. Santa Anaheim has a strong history as host of the recently opened California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA), the University of Southern California (USC) and Santa Monica College.
Amtrak, the national passenger rail system, offers services to and from Santa Ana under the Orange County Metropolitan Transit Authority (OC Metro) light rail line. The Santa Anaheim Regional Transportation Center also serves as a regional hub for Southern California Metropolitan Transportation Authority (SCMTA) commuter rail service.
Interstate 405 (I-405) runs parallel to the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center in the west of the city. The Orange County Transport Authority (OCTA) passes under the OC Metro light rail line and the Southern California Metropolitan Transit Authority (SCMTA) commuter rail lines.
A few highways run through Santa Ana and connect it to Los Angeles, Orange County and San Bernardino County. I-405, Southern California's main north-south highway, crosses the city and connects Long Beach City. SR-57 Go through Santa Claus Ana and can be one of the most congested highways in the United States that runs through downtown Los Angeles. This corridor connects the Santa Margarita Mountains with the Santa Margarita Nature Reserve, a protected habitat for flora and fauna. While challenges have been proposed for building a new highway between the San Ana Mountains and the city of Orange, none have been forthcoming.