Iconic Landmarks in San Francisco That Cannot Be Forgotten

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The Golden Gate Bridge is a beautiful suspension Golden Gate bridge that connects San Francisco Bay with the Pacific Ocean. https://southwestairlinesfly.com/blog/2020/05/29/iconic-landmarks-in-san-francisco-that-cannot-be-forgotten/

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Iconic Landmarks in San Francisco That Cannot Be Forgotten San Francisco is the 16th most populated city of the US and one of the most visited cities in the world. San Francisco besides its rising horizons in culture and history it is also one of the best regions in America to experience an eclectic dime of urban spaces, the mix of architecture, the grandeur of rolling hills, and its amazing destinations to beat the heat. Some of the most interesting places worth exploring in San Francisco include the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown District, San Francisco Museum of Art, Alcatraz Island, and many more.

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The Golden Gate Bridge: The Golden Gate Bridge is a beautiful suspension Golden Gate bridge that connects San Francisco Bay with the Pacific Ocean. The Gate stretches for 1.6km and is the main gateway for the San Francisco Peninsula to Marin County. It is an iconic landmark in the United States designed by mastermind- Joseph Strauss in 1917. The Golden Bridge has in fact been declared as the Wonders of the Modern World as it is possibly one of the most beautiful and photographic bridges in the world. Around 1937 it was one of its kind the tallest and the longest suspension bridge in the world.

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Alcatraz Island: Alcatraz Island is located offshore of San Francisco, a small island that served as a military fortification, a military prison until 1963. Alcatraz island partially from the Golden Gate Bridge and in 1986 it has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. Point of interest here includes the Warden’s House and Social Hall, Building 64, Water Tower, the Recreation Yard, the Cellhouse, Lighthouse, the Dining Hall, and many more.

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The Lombard Street: The Lombard Street is located on the east-west of San Francisco and is notable for its zig-zag steep one block eight hairpin turns. It stretches all the way from the Presidio east up to the Embarcadero street, it has been designated as part of US Route 101 and is claimed to be the most crooked street in the world. If you are interested in booking cheap flight tickets, cheap tour booking assistance then you can check out Southwest Airlines Official Site today.

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