What body of water separates Baja California from mainland Mexico?

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What body of water separates Baja California from mainland Mexico?

Baja California Peninsula:

Baja California is actually part of Mexico. The Baja California Peninsula is a large, sparsely-populated peninsula that is about 775 miles in length. It contains the Mexican states of Baja California and Baja California Sur. Cabo San Lucas is a city and popular tourist attraction on the southern tip of the peninsula.

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