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  • Legion of HonorCalifornia Palace of Legion of Honor San Francisco, California
    The California Palace of the Legion of Honor or just Legion of Honor to the locals, is a marvelous fine art museum located in San Francisco, California and is the name of the museum collection and the building that houses it. The Legion of Honor was a wonderful gift by Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, the wife of sugar baron and thoroughbred racehorse owner and breeder, Adolphe B. Spreckels. The magnificent structure is a three-quarters scale copy of the Palais de la Legion d'Honneur in Paris, France that was designed by H. Guillaume and George Applegarth in the early 1920s. The design was based on the model of the Hotel de Salm that was shown at the Panama Pacific Exhibition, and finished in 1924. The museum is located on an elevated place in Lincoln Park in the northwest part of the city that looks out over the Golden Gate Bridge, with the Lincoln Park Golf Course encompassing the site of this potter's field that was called the Golden Gate Cemetery, which the city purchased in 1867. The cemetery was finally closed in 1908, and the interned remains moved to Colma, although in the seismic retrofitting of the 1990s, there were some remains and coffins uncovered.

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  • San Francisco Architecture Walking TourSan Francisco Architecture Walking Tour California
    The San Francisco Architecture Walking Tour is quite a unique way to wander through this marvelous city and learn about its history through the many beautiful buildings that have grown up here. This two hour tour meanders through the financial district, who else has the money to spend on these gorgeous architectural treasure, by a local gentleman that will guide you through the regular sights that might delay you for unnecessary hours. You will see the most famous buildings in downtown, along with unknown rooftop gardens, open spaces hidden from your normal walk or view and the historic landmarks that will make this trek truly wonderful.

January 11, 2011