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Conservatory of Flowers

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Golden Gate Park
The first place to host the World's Fair west of the Mississippi, the Golden Gate Park was the focal point of the San Francisco World Fair and remains at the enter of city life.
Alamo Square
Home to the historic Painted Ladies, you've probably seen this square on television.
Twin Peaks
These two hills offer stunning views of the city: you can even watch from above as the fog rolls in from the Pacific.
Harvey Milk Plaza
As the gateway to the Castro and part of a large metro station, Harvey Milk Plaza can almost be missed but is an essential part of learning about San Francisco's story.
The Castro
Synonymous with the city's historic gay culture, The Castro is one of San Francisco's most colorful and vibrant neighborhoods.
Hagiwara Japanese Tea Garden
Designed like a traditional Japanese garden, the area is one of the most unusual and popular in the park.

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