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Color Of Canvas:

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Size Of Canvas:

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  • Rolled Canvas ( no frame )
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Capitola Wharf Panoramic Print on Canvas

Capitola Wharf Panoramic Print on Canvas Capitola is a city in Santa Cruz County, California, United States, on the coast of Monterey Bay. The population was 9,918 at the 2010 census. The original settlement now known as Capitola grew out of what was then called Soquel Landing. Soquel Landing got its name from a wharf located at the mouth of Soquel Creek. This wharf, which dates back to the 1850s, served as an outlet for the produce and lumber grown in the interior. In 1865, Captain John Pope Davenport, a whale man at Monterrey, moved his operations to be near the wharf. Unable to capture any whales, he moved his operations the following year to Point Ano Nuevo. Capitola beach is located in Capitola Village along the famous Esplanade, lined with shops and restaurants. Capitola Wharf was founded in 1857. As a cooperative Fishing Pier Project by the City of Capitola and Wildlife Conservation Board with California Department of Fish and Game, the wharf provides free fishing opportunities, as do all public piers in California. The area today is one of restaurants, stylish tourist shops and art galleries. Capitola is known as the oldest beach resort on the West Coast. Capitola Wharf opens at sunrise, closes around 10:30 p.m. Capitola is a popular tourist town because of its trendy shops and restaurants on the shore directly connecting to a fishing wharf and its large, sandy beach. Capitola lies west of the census-designated area of Aptos and east of the census-designated place of Live Oak. Capitola Wharf now serves as an anchor for the tourism industry and public's love of piers. Local passion over keeping and maintaining a wharf has required some effort.

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