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Irvine Commermorative Plate

Updated at 2024-04-13

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Irvine is a city in California, roughly an hour's drive from Los Angeles. The area was initially named Irvine Ranch during Mexican rule. However, the area gradually developed into a city after establishing the University of California and officially became Irvine City in 1971. The residents of Irvine are mainly Latinos, Koreans, and East Asians. It has the second-largest Asian population in California. The rim of the plate in the picture is decorated with significant events happened in Irvine.

Details

Name
Irvine Commermorative Plate
Giver
Donald Wagner Mayor of Irvine
Friendly States
United States
City
Irvine, State of California

Alliance Date: February 2, 2001
Language: English
Area: 170 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 314,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Irvine is located in Orange County, California. Its primary industries are technology and semiconductor manufacturing. Irvine also has a booming higher education industry.

Category
Ceramics
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