Marin County, County in California, USA
Description: Marin County is known for its natural beauty, liberal politics, and affluence.
History: Once home to several Coast Miwok villages, Marin county was initially explored by Europeans in 1769.
Culture: It's a cultural center famous for being the birthplace of mountain biking and home to many arts festivals.
Practical: You can reach Marin County by crossing the Golden Gate bridge from San Francisco.
Did you know ?: Marin County has the highest per capita income in the US.
Location: Marin County
Sources: Wikimedia, OpenStreetMap
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