What is the capital of California?
Sacramento, now the sixth most populous city in California, probably isn’t the first town that pops to mind when thinking of the massive, storied West Coast state. But when it was incorporated in 1849,
Sacramento was at the heart of the Gold Rush in the newly formed state. Its proximity to both gold-filled foothills and coastal San Francisco made it a natural hub for the early Californian economy. Before Sacramento was named the capital in 1854, Monterey, San Jose, Vallejo, and Benicia each held the title for a short time.
Answer: The correct answer is Sacramento