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Sts. Peter and Paul Church, San Francisco

A white statuesque, neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral situated directly in front of Washington Square.

A white statuesque, neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral situated directly in front of Washington Square. After Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe wed at City Hall in 1954, they were famously photographed afterward at the this church.


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About Sts. Peter and Paul Church

 666 Filbert Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-421-0809

 www.sspeterpaulsf.org

Sts. Peter and Paul Church and Nearby Sights on Map

Washington Square

Every day at around 8AM-10AM, locals practice tai-chi, the martial art and meditation practice

Juana Briones Monument

See the monument erected in honor of this humanitarian and pioneer settler of Yerba Buena (now North Beach)

North Beach

Also known as San Francisco's 'Little Italy' and the historic center of the beatnik subculture, North Beach is a melting pot of cultures and ideas

North Beach Museum

Photographs, pictures and artifacts that shed light on the rich history of North Beach

Telegraph Hill

Telegraph Hill earned its name in the days of the Gold Rush when it was used as a signaling post to relay messages about incoming ships to the bay

Coit Tower

Visible from all parts of San Francisco and the Bay Area, the Coit Tower stands atop Telegraph Hill in Pioneer Park and offers an excellent view of the surroundings

Pioneer Park

This park sits atop Telegraph Hill and surrounds the base of Coit Tower

Woh Hei Yuen Park

Small park and recreation center that has some interesting public art like the ''Five Carved Stones'' by Marcia Donahue and ''Tectonic Melange'' by Lampo Leong

Ping Yen Mural

Created by Darryl Mar, this mural celebrates the history of Chinatown and what life is like there today

City Lights Bookstore

Co-founded by Beat poet Lawrence Ferlenghetti, City Lights was one of the centers of the Beat community in the 1950s