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Civic Center Plaza

4.3/5
55 Reviews
Historical Architecture
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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-4 hours
Address: Civic Center, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
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I thought the town hall was not a good place to recommend it to tourists, but after a few visits I became a fan! The restoration building is very grand and the most impressive one is the architecture in the city. The night I visited was a party and all the people dressed up to celebrate the opening of the opera festival across the street. I was at a committee meeting.

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Where did the Pacific War of World War II officially end? Answer: the Civic Center, in San Francisco, where in 1951 the Treaty of San Francisco was signed, officially ending the United State's war with Japan. The Civic Center is steeped in world history: it hosted the signing of the United Nations Charter in 1945, making a tour of the plaza a must for anyone interested in the past. Be sure to visit City Hall, the Supreme Court of California, and admire samurai armor at the nearby Asian Art Museum.
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