|Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge is a splendid masterpiece in San Francisco dating since 1937. The construction of this colossal bridge started in 1933 and was designed by Joseph Strauss, and now connects San Francisco with the Pacific Ocean. It was very hard to belive that such a big bridge will appear, but with hope and hard work the bridge was constructed. It took about 4 years to complete and there worked thousands of workers, and were spent 35 million dollars. On May 27 the spectacular Golden Gate bridge was opened to public....
Fisherman’s Wharf is a great touristic destination, in a neighborhood in San Francisco. It is a great area where you can find seafood restaurants , museums, submarine and a lot of attractive places that you should visit. During the time here was the ideal area for fishermen to show their catch for that day. The boats and the area has suffered many changes but the Fisherman’s Wharf still remains the heart of the fishing industry. From its old times the area was famous for the population of Dungeness crab....
|Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park is the largest park in San Francisco covering 411 hectares. Its history start back in 1870 when William Hammond Hall was going to design the park. So he created a really attractive park with lakes, meadows and roads, then he designed a barrier to protect the park form the sea and planted thousands of trees that give a natural beauty to the park. Today it offers a great spot for run or for jogging, there also are golf spots. The most attractive points in the par...