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Two great examples of multi-tiered pagoda buildings on opposite sides of the intersection.
Two great examples of multi-tiered pagoda buildings on opposite sides of the intersection. The Sing Chong Building was one of the first buildings rebuilt after the fire, and today it is one of the most photographed buildings in the city.
at the corner of California St and Grant Ave
This is a Chinatown landmark
Pagoda style building with a three tiered roof and decorated with ornate gold dragons and medallions on the outside
This park boasts an Art Deco statue of Sun Yat-Sen, created by sculptor Benny Bufano in the 1930s
Established in the year 1880 as one of the oldest churches in the city, it is worth a visit
Erected in 1970, this ornate dragon-crested gate, marks the southern entrance to Chinatown
Built in 1891, it was destroyed and rebuilt in 1909, originally the building housed the country's only Chinese telephone exchange
This is the oldest Buddhist temple in the city and was named after the Norras Buddhist Temple in Tibet
A mural by Amy Nelder depicting the early Chinese workers who settled the area in the 1870s to work on the transcontinental railroad
This tiny temple is the oldest Taoist temple in the country
This is the largest area of open space in Chinatown, bordered by Kearny St, Washington St, Clay St, and Walter Lum Place