Hills south of Ensenada, Mexico
A row of tree-covered hills rise behind a low building. Ensenada is a town on the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, south of Tijuana. It is an important shipping and fishing port, and also an important destination for tourist cruise ships. Originally, the town was an important silver mining area, but its close proximity to the US has made tourism a more lucrative industry.
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