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BERKELEY
California, U.S.A.
HOME TO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Welcome to Berkeley, California.
Berkeley is a located on the east shore of San Francisco Bay, and is home to little over 100,000 people. Named after the Irish eighteenth-century bishop and philosopher George Berkeley, the city is mostly known for its educational center. Berkley is home to the oldest campus in the University of California system; the University of California, Berkeley. Aside from being full of students, the city is known for excellent commuting options and public transportation, as well as being a pioneer in ride-sharing programs and having the most bicyclists and pedestrians per capita in the whole country. Those who like to walk will feel good knowing that Berkeley is among the safest cities in the world for pedestrians, and designated bike paths exist in abundance. Parks are everywhere in Berkeley, as the city is a frontrunner when it comes to promoting a green environment. Trees have been planted for years, and Berkley is a leader in the nationwide effort to re-tree urban areas. Some of the beautiful places worth a visit are Tilden Regional Park and the East Shore State Park, Cesar Chavez Park and of course, the refreshing Berkeley Marina. There are a multitude of buildings in Berkeley, which are designated as local landmarks, of which 49 are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Some of these include the George C. Edwards Stadium, Clark Kerr Campus, UC Berkeley and the St. John's Presbyterian Church. Enjoy a picturesque stroll at the University of California campus, under the stunning umbrella of old-growth oaks, redwoods and 200-foot eucalyptus trees, or get up to the rooftop swimming pool in the Hearst Gymnasium and get a spectacular view of the Campanile the world's third-tallest carillon and clock-tower in the world. When you're done checking out the scene, head down half a block to the student-crowded strip of Center Street for some exquisite sake and craft-beer at the popular Ippuku!
BERKELEY
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"UC Berkeley" by Charlie Nguyen as licensed under CC BY 2.0
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