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The nearest point of interest to Promontory is the famed connection point where the two sides of the first intercontinental railroad met.
Shore fishing for jumbo redtail perch was popular near Point Reyes, Lawson’s Landing, Ten Mile Beach and Doran Beach.
Over half a million Muslims, mainly from Morocco, which is only eight miles from Spain at the nearest point, have settled in Catalonia, the largest Muslim concentration in Spain.
He and a friend had been surfing near Point Loma Nazarene University shortly before sunrise Friday when his friend lost sight of him in the dark.
The Berkowitz administration has proposed a 200-bed remodel of the Salvation Army's Clitheroe Center near Point Woronzof to include a wide range of services.
The West County Detention Facility is a minimum security jail off Giant Highway in Richmond near Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, a regional park.
This year, walruses began showing up near Point Lay on Aug. 3, earlier than ever before, according to Fish and Wildlife Service.
Photographer Edward Weston built a cabin and darkroom near Point Lobos, and the area soon became a magnet for visual artists.
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