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Corpus Christi, Texas, incorporated in 1852, is just southeast of the mouth of the Nueces River. It is the port of Corpus Christi Bay and is the seat of Nueces County, though some parts of the city are in Kleberg and San Patricio counties.

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Corpus Christi Bay
It has a landlocked harbor connected to the Gulf of Mexico by Aransas Pass, a break in the string of low sand islands stretching along much of the state's coast. Smaller vessels ply the Intracoastal Waterway between the islands and the mainland.

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The area is served by the Corpus Christi International Airport which is located on 2415 acres of land and lies approximately 8 miles from downtown Corpus Christi.
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Corpus Christi International Airport

The city is the site of the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station and a United States Army depot

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Corpus Christi Naval Air Station
The Naval Air Station is situated on Corpus Christi Bay, in the Coastal Bend area of Texas, one of the most productive bird habitats in North America.
This installation consists of four main land areas totaling 4700 acres: the main Air Station and support facilities; two outlying landing fields, Cabaniss and Waldron; and Peary Place Transmitter Site.

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Various sections of Corpus Christi maintain distinct senses of identity and community from the city proper, especially the Calallen and Flour Bluff areas, and, less prominently, Clarkwood and Annaville. These areas are sometimes mistakenly believed to be separate municipalities.

The city is a major shipping point and an important center of petroleum and natural-gas processing, the hub of a region with thousands of producing wells. Other manufactures include primary and fabricated metals, electronic equipment, and processed agricultural goods. Aircraft repair and maintenance and commercial fishing are also important industries.
Petroleum and Natural-Gas Processing

The city has many demographic groups, ethnicities and sub-cultures, each giving it a distinct flavor: the defense bases and the people who work there; the large Hispanic community; the oil related professionals and workers; the cowboy culture; and the surfers are what makes Corpus Christi a really great place to live or too visit.

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