Tijuana is a metropolitan area in Mexico
Inhabitants: 1,610,000 (World Rank 270)
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Tijuana (pronounced /ˌtiːəˈwɑːnə/; Spanish, pronounced [ti'xwana]), is a Pacific coast Mexican city situated on the U.S.-Mexico border adjacent to its sister city of San Diego, California. Tijuana is the westernmost city in Mexico (the westernmost Mexican population center is located in Isla Guadalupe) and is the largest city in the Mexican State of Baja California and the seat of the municipality of Tijuana.
Currently, the Tijuana metropolitan area is the sixth-largest in Mexico, with a population of 1,483,992 and as the San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan Area it is the 14th largest metropolitan area in North America, at 4,922,723. It is one of the fastest growing modern cities in Mexico.