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Downtown Circle in the City of Orange
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Located on the Northern end in central Orange County, the City of Orange is known as a 'Major city with small-town ambiance'.

Incorporated in 1888, Orange has many homes built prior to 1920 in it's Old Town District. It's a delight to drive around this historic town and view these well preserved old fashioned homes with their roomy front porches.

History, dining, antiques shopping, malls, cultural attractions and the Old Towne district are some of the many things that attract visitors to this beautiful city.

 

Please join us on the following pages to find out about
Orange lodging, Orange hotels and places
to stay in and around the city.

Within our pages you will find Orange entertainment and Orange attractions. We proudly showcase the finest Orange shopping and Orange services to suit every lifestyle. For Orange dining, we have a list of great restaurants either in the city or near by . We are also dedicated to presenting the best of Orange business and professional services to meet your needs.

If you're interested in the history of Orange, it can be found along with Orange general information, Orange educational resources plus Orange real estate and housing information for both residents and visitors alike. Annual events in Orange and links to local organizations in Orange are listed so you may participate in all the city has to offer.

Thank you,
The Staff of OrangeCounty.net

 


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