Sacramento is California's sixth capital, since 1854, and has been the state capital on two different occasions.
Sacramento has some unique nicknames, including "The Camella Capital of the World," "City of Trees," and "The Big Tomato."
Sacramento features an extensive network of tunnels beneath the city's foundations, built during the raising of the city to avoid flooding.
is a city in Sacramento County, California, located just south of the state capital of Sacramento.
Is situated at the Southern tip of San Francisco Bay. It is Silicon Valley’s largest city and at one point in history was a base for Spanish military installations.
Is the most populated United States and is located on its west coast.
is the capital city of Texas, and was one of America's fastest growing cities at the turn of the millennium.
Is located in Northern California in the central valley area. Originated as a stop the railroad made on their trip from Sacramento to Los Angeles.
is the capital and largest city in Oklahoma, and has the lowest cost of living in the United States.
is the largest city in the U.S. state of Missouri
Is a US city in the state of California.
The capital and largest city of Spain.