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'''Monterey Bay''' is a beautiful and marine-rich area that straddles the border between the rugged [[Central Coast (California)|Central Coast]] and the [[Bay Area (California)|Bay Area]] regions of [[California]]. Once the capital of Spanish California, the area was immortalized by the works of novelist John Steinbeck. The northern half is in [[Santa Cruz County]] and the southern half in [[Monterey County]].
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'''Monterey Bay''' is a beautiful and marine-rich area that straddles the border between the rugged [[Central Coast (California)|Central Coast]] and the [[Bay Area (California)|Bay Area]] regions of [[California]]. The area was immortalized by the works of novelist John Steinbeck. The northern half is in [[Santa Cruz County]] and the southern half in [[Monterey County]].
  
 
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Monterey Bay is a beautiful and marine-rich area that straddles the border between the rugged Central Coast and the Bay Area regions of California. The area was immortalized by the works of novelist John Steinbeck. The northern half is in Santa Cruz County and the southern half in Monterey County.

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