Alameda

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An alameda is a street or path lined with trees (from Spanish álamo, meaning 'poplar'). Alameda may also refer to:

  • Irene Zoe Alameda (born 1974), Spanish writer and film director
  • College of Alameda, a two-year community college located in Alameda, California, in the United States
  • "Alameda", a song by Elliott Smith from the 1997 album Either/Or
  • The Alameda Newspaper Group (ANG Newspapers), publisher of several newspapers in the San Francisco Bay area in California in the United States

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  • The Alameda (San Jose), a major arterial road between downtown San Jose and Santa Clara, California
  • Alameda de las Pulgas, sometimes called The Alameda, a street between San Carlos and Menlo Park, California
  • California State Route 47 (Alameda Street), a major thoroughfare in Los Angeles County, California
  • Alameda (Santiago), Santiago, Chile's main avenue, whose official name is Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins
  • The Alameda (Baltimore), a street in North Baltimore, Maryland that runs between Ramblewood and Waverly
  • The Alameda (Middletown, Ohio), The Alameda is a street located in an area of Middletown known as ‘The Highlands.’ It runs south from the Alameda Circle, crosses Grand Avenue and curves into Lopane Avenue. The northern section of the street is part of the Highlands Historic District. Many prominent Middletown families, including the city’s industrial and business leaders, built or owned houses on The Alameda.
  • Alameda Avenue also exists in Denver, CO.

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  • The Alameda (disambiguation)
  • Alameda Creek, the largest watershed within the southern San Francisco Bay area, flows through Alameda County and Santa Clara County to the Pacific Ocean (formerly known as Alameda Arroyo)