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Monterey Overview

Monterey is a city on California’s Central Coast with a population of about 27,000 people. Monterey and the surrounding area have attracted artists since the late 19th-century, and many celebrated painters and writers have lived in the area. Until the 1950s there was an abundant fishery. Monterey's present-day attractions include the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row, Fisherman's Wharf, California Roots Music and Arts Festival, and the annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Monterey CA, real estate is a wonderful choice for your next home or investment property.

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Things to do in Monterey

  1. Cannery Row: One of the most popular places to visit across the Central Coast of California is Cannery Row. It is a historic district that locates a bounty of shops, eateries, and attractions.
  2. Monterey State Historic Park: Often referred to as the city’s “walking path of history”, Monterey State Historic Park takes you along a path that showcases several historical buildings and homes.
  3. Monterey Bay Aquarium: A must-see sight is the Monterey Bay Aquarium situated on Cannery Row.
  4. Monterey Jazz Festival: The Monterey Jazz Festival is the longest-running festival for jazz on the planet!
  5. Alvarado Street Brewery: The Alvarado Street Brewery is family-owned and is one of the best places to sample some of Monterey’s finest craft beers.

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Monterey History

Monterey Bay was originally inhabited by Costanoan Indians, and in 1542, was first seen by Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo.
In 1775, Monterey was fortified and became a port of entry and center of Spanish culture. Under Mexico, the area remained the capital of a vast area that included all of present-day California and the American Southwest. In 1846, the area was claimed by Commodore John Drake Sloat for the United States and raised the American flag over the town’s presidio during the Mexican War.
Monterey was once the leading fishing and whaling port, but its economic mainstay is now tourism. The foreshore Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary protects an abyss deeper than the Grand Canyon and marine life that call the bay home.

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