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Brief Information About San Jose
San Jose is the third-largest city in California. It is located in the northern part of the state in the Santa Clara Valley.San Jose was the first city to be established in California. San Jose was founded on Nov. 29, 1777, by Spanish colonizers.
San Jose was the state capital from 1849 to 1852 after California became a U.S. territory in 1847, and was incorporated as a city in 1850. It developed commercially as a supply base for gold prospectors. It became the distribution point for agricultural products from the Santa Clara Valley When the railroad connected it with San Francisco.
Presently the city continues to be the distribution and food-processing center for the surrounding rich agricultural region. It produces seasonal fruits and grapes. There are more than 50 wineries† in the valley.
San Jose is popularly known as the capital of Silicon Valley, where several high-tech companies are located. The area is also one of the world's leading centers for medical treatment and research. Heart transplants, gene splicing, and transportable baby incubators were developed there.
San Jose has promising retail, transportation, and tourism industries. It is the primary center for real estate and industrial development.
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