Mexican Federal Highway 19

Mexican Federal Highway 19

Mexican federal highway (carretera federal) No. 19 runs along the Pacific coast of Baja California Peninsula from Cabo San Lucas up to Todos Santos where it turns inland and eventually joins Mexican Federal Highway 1 a few miles south of San Pedro, Baja California Sur.

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