Located at the east of Los Angeles in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains and a range of the Mojave Desert’s southern edge. The city is situated in the Inland Empire and, at the same time, serves as the government seat for San Bernardino County. The city occupies much of the area in the Valley, which the indigenous tribesmen referred to initially as the "The Valley of the Cupped Hand of God." There are not a lot of firms and industries that are in the city, the economy has mostly been dominated by retail, government, and the service industries over the years. The city has been the most popular because it has been lying in the famous Route 66, where the city has dedicated an annual festival for the iconic road and happens to be the only festival celebrated in San Bernardino. The city has been blessed with abundant natural beauty.

Population 213,708  (13.00%)

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