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American Ports: Introduction to the Port of Orange

Port Orange Map

The location of Port Orange is shown on the map.

Orange (orange) geographical longitude: -117.8531119, latitude: 33.7877944. One of the major ports for inland point routes in the United States

Orange County, California, USA, borders the Pacific Ocean to the west, satellite cities such as Long Beach in Los Angeles County to the north, Riverside County and San Bernardino County to the east, and San Diego County to the southeast. The Santa Ana River runs through its center and the coastline is 64 kilometers long. Santa Ana, the county seat, is a modern city with a population of approximately 353,000. Its main satellite cities include Anaheim, Irvine, Huntington Beach, Orange, Jungle Park, Costa Mesa, etc. It's the gateway to Mexico.

Orange is an important shipping port in the United States. There are 239 ports in the United States, mainly including: Atlanta (atlanta, ga), Baltimore (baltimore, md), Birmingham (birmingham, al), Boston (boston) , ma), Charleston (charleston, sc), Charlotte (charlotte, nc), Chicago (chicago, il), Cincinnati (cincinnati, oh), Cleveland (cleveland, oh), Columbus (columbus, oh), etc.

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