Casa de Cota site in San Diego, California in San Diego County, is California Historical Landmark No. 75, listed on December 6, 1932. The Casa de Cota House was built by Juan Cota or Ramon Cota at what is now Twiggs Street and Congress Street. The adobe house was removed by the United States Army to make room for an Army training camp used in World War II. The training camp was temporary and the site is now a parking lot. [1] [2]

Casa de Cota
Casa de Cota is located in California
Casa de Cota
Location of Casa de Cota in California
Casa de Cota is located in the United States
Casa de Cota
Casa de Cota (the United States)
LocationSan Diego, California
Coordinates32°45′07″N 117°11′46″W / 32.752°N 117.196°W / 32.752; -117.196
Architectural style(s)Adobe
DesignatedDecember 6, 1932
Reference no.75

A California Historical sign is at the Old Town, San Diego parking lot.[3]

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  1. ^ "Casa de Carrillo House #75". Office of Historic Preservation, California State Parks. Retrieved 2012-10-07.
  2. ^ San Diego Historical Society Quarterly, July 1968, Volume 14, Number 3
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