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Established in 1898 to care for sick and wounded soldiers, it is the Army's oldest named general hospital and during WWII it became the largest Army hospital in the country.
Established in 1898 to care for sick and wounded soldiers, it is the Army's oldest named general hospital and during WWII it became the largest Army hospital in the country. Today the complex is home to Lucas Films and lots of Star Wars fans make the pilgrimage there each year. You won't get inside unless you know someone, but you can practice your 'Jedi' skills outside with Yoda, at the 'Yoda Fountain.'
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The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is one of the few extant structures from the 1915 World's Fair, and one of the most photogenic spots in the city
Opened in 2009, this museum focuses on the life of Walt Disney and his accomplishments
Built in the early 1930s, this cruciform-shaped sanctuary is a fine example of Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture, with features that embellished early mission churches
Founded in 1927, this club has over 2,400 members and is also popular as both a cruise and regatta venue
Many military personal have been buried here over the years, including a General from the American Civil War and 35 Medal of Honor recipients
On Friday, October 7, 1955, the '''Six Gallery reading''' took place here
Used as a military fort for 219 years from 1776 to 1994 by New Spain, Mexico and the United States consecutively, the Presidio of San Francisco is a historical complex that is now open to visitors as part of the part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Founded in 1939, this club is both a popular destination for pleasure cruises and for competitive regatta racing
This temple was built in 1905 by architect Joseph Leonard
This house was built in 1853 and as such it is one of the city's oldest residences