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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Pleasanton, California.
This suburb in the San Francisco Bay Area lies about 25 miles east of Oakland and has a population of about 70,000 people. The middle-sized city was ranked the wealthiest of its class in the U.S. in 2009, and has also been named the 4th "Best American City to Live In" by USA Today. In addition, it was called one of the "American Top Hometown Spots" by Forbes magazine. Downtown Pleasanton has been wonderfully preserved and the architecture reflects the past with mid-century buildings in styles like Gothic Revival, Italianate and Colonial Revival. One of the iconic constructions in this area is the Kolln Hardware building, located on Main Street. Designed in Commercial Italianate style, it was built in 1890 and has housed a hardware store since the beginning of its time. In 2004 however, the Kolln Hardware business shut its doors, and a developer named Bud Cornett purchased the landmark. Nowadays the building houses a Comerica Bank, but the beautiful, restored building is still an admirable testament to Pleasanton's historical past. One of the many reasons why Pleasanton is has received such excellent reviews, is the top-notch education the city offers. Students perform well above the state average in subjects like math, language and science, and Pleasanton has been named among the Top Ten School Districts in California. Visitors to the city have lots of recreation to choose from, like the Museum on Main; a Pleasanton gem that offers a unique view into the past with scenes and exhibitions of the old TriValley area. The Pleasanton's Farmers Market on Main Street is a wonderful way to start off any Saturday morning, with a wide selection of vendors and fresh produce. And of course, golfers have to check out the wide expanses of Callippe Preserve Golf Course, where low handicap players can swing their clubs for days on end.
"PB010077" by Jonathan as licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
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