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Formerly known as E 14th St, this once-neglected - and still sometimes seedy - part of town has been renamed International Blvd and can be a great place to stroll on a Sunday afternoon...
A winsome statue of SF’s favorite saint by its favorite sculptor – so what’s it doing in a parking lot? Technically this was only a model for Bufano’s massive black granite St Francis in Grace Cathedral, but there’s ...
Green space above the Chinatown Gate, with south-facing, big-sky Downtown views.
Across the courtyard and upstairs from the California College of the Arts PLAySPACE is an experimental exhibition space curated by MFA candidates in the college’s curatorial studies program...
Set on the hill above Rodeo Lagoon, the Marine Mammal Center rehabilitates injured, sick and orphaned sea mammals before returning them to the wild, and has educational exhibits about these animals and the dangers th...
Behind Cliff House is Camera Obscura , built in 1948-49 as part of the Playland at the Beach amusement area. The small building is decorated to look like a giant 35mm camera with its lens pointing to the sky...
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