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Riverside Travel Guide  

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Area:
203 km2
Elevation:
262 m
Overview

Riverside, the 14th largest metropolitan city in the nation, is the county seat of Riverside County, California. The estimated population in 2006 was 305,255 and the area covered is 203 km2. It gets its name from the nearby Santa Ana River.
                           
Riverside is also called The City of Trees. Many institutes of higher learning serve the city. The University of California is also situated in Riverside. The three surviving Parent Navel Orange Trees are in Riverside giving the city a historic connection. The city is the birthplace of the California Citrus Industry, which is the main industry here.
The climate is characterized by mild and semi arid weather. Summers have generally high temperatures but the evenings are accompanied by cool breezes. Rain falls mostly from September through April. Low humidity helps summer days from becoming oppressive. There is above average air pollution.

Area code:
0951
Time zone:
UTC+-8
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Overall Guide : Visit the 160-acre California Citrus State Historic Park, dedicated to the conservation of land and orange orchards. Gourmet Detective is a famous dinner theatre, which serves elegant dinners and the crazy characters interact with the audience during the show. Riverside... more offers a lot of museums like March Field Air Museum and California Museum of Photography. The Mission Inn Museum in downtown Riverside is favoured by movie stars, presidents and royalty. Don’t miss out on Kelly’s Spa here. The traditional Native American collection is well preserved at the Sherman Indian Museum. Other tourist places are Van Buren Drive, Dinosaur Truck Stop, Rubidoux Drive Inn and Magnolia Presbyterian Church. Experience the natural beauty at various parks and botanical gardens in the city like Santa Ana Zoo, Moonridge Animal Park, Huntington Botanical Gardens and La County Botanic Garden.
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