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Santa Ana has its own charm. Here you can find the local Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm in the northwest, as well as the famous Huntington Beach and Newport Beach in the south. Spanish explorer Don Gaspar de Portola named Santa Ana after Saint Anne in 1769.

Los Angeles is a city of luxury and prosperity. Magical beaches, stunning sunny weather all year round, a huge number of entertainment places attract millions of tourists from all over the globe.

Miami is a true hero of late 20th century film culture: Crime dramas, glamorous TV series and plenty of comedies have all made the waterfront development a legendary tourist city, half of whose economy is based on visitors who come to visit the bastion of neon signs, palm trees and golden sand.

This is the New York of 1930s black-and-white films: narrow streets, skyscrapers soaring in the sky, energetic businessmen, Cary Grant and taxi drivers with a unique New York accent. These days, of course, most NYC taxi drivers are from Bangladesh, but the rest is the same, except for Cary Grant.

Detroit is located in the northern part of the United States and is the largest port on the river of the same name, which flows into the beautiful Great Lakes. The city has a developed transport network and many industries, including engineering and shipbuilding. The past of the city is closely connected with the flourishing automotive industry and to this day, automotive technology plays a big role in city life.