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Newberry Springs, California (Route 66)

Newberry Springs: Newberry Springs is a small unincorporated community located in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California. It lies along the Historic Route 66 and has a history tied to the development of the highway. The area was named after John Newberry, a pioneer who settled there in the late 19th century. The natural springs in the region were important water sources for early travelers and settlers.

Bagdad Cafe: The Bagdad Cafe, gained fame for its connection to Route 66 and its appearance in the 1987 German film “Bagdad Cafe” (original title: “Out of Rosenheim”). The film, directed by Percy Adlon, tells the story of a German woman who ends up stranded at the Bagdad Cafe while traveling along Route 66. The cafe became a symbol of quirky Americana and attracted visitors from around the world due to the film’s popularity.

Route 66 Attractions to see in Newberry Springs, California.

  1. Bagdad Cafe




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