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Solana, FL -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Florida
Population (2000): 1011
Housing Units (2000): 563
Land area (2000): 1.712603 sq. miles (4.435621 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.058074 sq. miles (0.150412 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.770677 sq. miles (4.586033 sq. km)
FIPS code: 66875
Located within: Florida (FL), FIPS 12
Location: 26.940277 N, 82.029368 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Solana, FL

Solana is the Spanish word for the "sunny side" of a mount or valley. It may refer to:

Solana (automobile)

Solana is a cottage manufacturer of sports, racing, and kids' automobiles. The family run company has operated since 1936, with a total production of fewer than fifty cars; the majority of them one-offs. The family is heavily involved in motor sports; the most prominent member was Moisés Solana, who raced family-built cars and later in Formula One.

Solana (surname)

Solana is a Spanish surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Fernando Solana (born 1931), Mexican diplomat and politician
  • Javier Solana (born 1942), Spanish physicist, politician and diplomat
  • Jesús Ángel Solana (born 1964), Spanish football player and coach
  • Moisés Solana (1935–1969), Mexican racing driver

Usage examples of "solana".

It was dark when they reached the border, and they had to wait an hour before they could get through, but at last they were back on 1-5 and heading for Del Mar and Solana Beach.

Certainly not a skinny-looking storekeeper's son from Solana Beach and a blotchy-faced philosophy professor in creased pyjamas.

I think it is important to Aurora to find out what's going on on Solana, and that Aurora knows it.

In fact, Solana and Nexon represent the closest pair of inhabited worlds in the Galaxy.

The next day Javier Solana instructed General Clark to suspend NATO’s air operations, the UN Security Council passed a resolution welcoming the end of the war, and I announced to the American people that, after seventy-nine days, the bombing campaign was over, the Serb forces were withdrawing, and the one million men, women, and children driven from their land would be able to go home.

He made it down to Oceanside, where he refueled, and he passed on through Carlsbad and all those dead little beaches that fill the shore space before Solana Beach Del Mar.

Gil blew his horn - the first six notes of the national anthem, Oh, say can you see - and then he U-turned and headed back with burbling exhausts toward his father's store on the Solana Beach boardwalk.