Sacramento - translation to french
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Sacramento - translation to french

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  • An 1874 depiction of a Sacramento railway station by painter [[William Hahn]]
  • The [[Golden 1 Center]] is home of the [[Sacramento Kings]] of the [[National Basketball Association]] (NBA).
  • The [[American River]] is popular for [[kayaking]] and [[recreational boating]].
  • The historic McClatchy High School
  • [[The California Museum]] is dedicated to the [[history of California]] and also hosts the [[California Hall of Fame]].
  • The [[California State Capitol]] is the seat of the [[Government of California]], hosting the [[Governor of California]] and the [[California State Legislature]].
  • California Capitol]].
  • Diocese of Sacramento]]
  • The [[Spanish Colonial Revival style]] Ramona Building, built in 1930
  • The historic Citizen Hotel in [[Downtown Sacramento]]
  • View from [[Sutter Health Park]], home of the [[Sacramento River Cats]]
  • The [[Crocker Art Museum]] is the oldest public [[art museum]] in the [[Western United States]] and has one of the largest public art collections in the country.
  • [[Old Sacramento]]'s riverfront docks
  • [[Drexel University Sacramento]]
  • Old Sacramento]]
  • The [[Sacramento Masonic Temple]]
  • market]] at César Chávez Plaza
  • Capitol Park]]
  • [[Guy West Bridge]] is a pedestrian and cyclist crossing over the [[American River]], connecting [[California State University, Sacramento]] to the Campus Commons neighborhood.
  • The historic [[Crest Theatre]]
  • Oak Park neighborhood]].
  • The [[California State Fair]] is held annually at the [[California Exposition]].
  • Map of racial distribution in Sacramento, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people: <span style="color:#f00;">'''White'''</span>, <span style="color:#00f;">'''Black'''</span>, <span style="color:#00ff80">'''Asian'''</span>, <span style="color:#ff8000">'''Hispanic'''</span>, or <span style="color:yellow">'''other'''</span>
  • fifth-tallest building]].
  • West Coast]].
  • Old Sacramento]], the oldest quarter of the city, grew up along the [[Sacramento River]] in the mid-1800s.
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church]]
  • [[Downtown Sacramento]] is the home of numerous corporate regional headquarters.
  • North Sacramento School
  • [[Sacramento International Airport]]
  • The [[Sacramento RT Light Rail]]
  • Sacramento's historic Chinatown
  • [[Sacramento City Hall]], built 1908-09 by architect [[Rudolph A. Herold]], is the seat of the [[Government of Sacramento]], hosting both the [[Mayor of Sacramento]] and [[Sacramento City Council]].
  • Italianate style]].
  • Aerial view of Central Sacramento and the [[Sacramento River]]
  • Sacramento Memorial Auditorium]] hosts the [[Sacramento Ballet]] and the [[Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra]].
  • Downtown]] are seen from the [[Sacramento River]].
  • View of [[Downtown Sacramento]]
  • The historic [[Sacramento Valley Rail Station]], utilized by [[Amtrak California]], is a gateway to the [[Sacramento Valley]].
  • California Zephyr]] until 1970.
  • Satellite photo of Sacramento
  • Sacramento in 1849, when the city was an economic center of the [[California Gold Rush]]
  • Saint Patrick Academy
  • Nueva Helvetia]]. In 1841, he was officially granted the land by Governor [[Juan Bautista Alvarado]].
  • Old Tavern]], built in the 1850s
  • West Sacramento]].
  • Tower Bridge]] connects Sacramento to [[West Sacramento]].
  • The Tower Theatre, where [[Tower Records]] was founded
  • Park Tower]], Downtown Sacramento
  • The [[Wells Fargo Pavilion]] hosts the [[California Musical Theatre]] and the [[Sacramento Theatre Company]].

Sacramento, capital city of California (USA)


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Sacramento, California

Sacramento (Spanish for 'sacrament') ( SAK-rə-MEN-toh; Spanish: [sakɾaˈmento]) is the capital city of the U.S. state of California and the seat and largest city of Sacramento County. Located at the confluence of the Sacramento and American River in Northern California's Sacramento Valley, Sacramento's 2020 population of 524,943 makes it the sixth-largest city in California and the ninth-largest capital in the United States. Sacramento is the seat of the California Legislature and the Governor of California, making it the state's political center and a hub for lobbying and think tanks. It features the California State Capitol Museum.

Sacramento is also the cultural and economic core of the Greater Sacramento area, which at the 2020 census had a population of 2,680,831, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in California.

Before the arrival of the Spanish, the area was inhabited by the Nisenan, Maidu, and other indigenous peoples of California. Spanish cavalryman Gabriel Moraga surveyed and named the Río del Santísimo Sacramento (Sacramento River) in 1808, after the Blessed Sacrament. In 1839, Juan Bautista Alvarado, Mexican governor of Alta California, granted the responsibility of colonizing the Sacramento Valley to Swiss-born Mexican citizen John Augustus Sutter, who subsequently established Sutter's Fort and the settlement at the Rancho Nueva Helvetia. Following the American Conquest of California and the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, the waterfront developed by Sutter began to be developed and incorporated in 1850 as the City of Sacramento.

Sacramento is the fastest-growing major city in California, owing to its status as a notable political center on the West Coast and as a major educational hub, home of California State University, Sacramento, and the University of California, Davis. Similarly, Sacramento is a major center for the California healthcare industry, as the seat of Sutter Health, the world-renowned UC Davis Medical Center, and the UC Davis School of Medicine. It is a tourist destination, featuring the California Museum, Crocker Art Museum, California State Railroad Museum, California Hall of Fame, and Old Sacramento State Historic Park. Sacramento International Airport, located northwest of the city, is the city's major airport.

Sacramento is known for its evolving contemporary culture, even being dubbed the fourth most "hipster city" in the United States in one 2016 poll. In 2002, the Harvard University Civil Rights Project conducted for Time magazine ranked Sacramento as "America's Most Diverse City".

Pronunciation examples for Sacramento
1. Sacramento.
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001)
2. in Sacramento.
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3. driving in from Sacramento.
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4. It's north of Sacramento.
Farm Sanctuary - Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food _ Gene Baur _ Talks at Google
5. in Sacramento last year.
Examples of use of Sacramento
1. Déménageant souvent, la famille finit par se fixer ŕ Sacramento (Californie), dans le quartier ouvrier noir.
2. Au rythme des travaux, la réparation ne sera pas achevée avant 2012. • Les digues du fleuve Sacramento.
3. Sans attendre: déjŕ la nuit derni';re ŕ Orlando (contre le Magic), puis vendredi ŕ Chicago face aux Sacramento Kings.
4. Au lendemain de son quadruplé historique ŕ Sacramento, il décide de se reposer une semaine avant de reprendre les entraînements de football.
5. " Les groupes dintéręt ne maiment pas ŕ Sacramento, explique–t–il, parce que je passe mon temps ŕ leur botter les fesses.