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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
California, U.S.A.
SOUTH CITY
Welcome to South San Francisco, California. This city is situated on the gorgeous lands of the San Francisco Peninsula and has a population of around 64,000 people.
Locals here often call the town South City, similar to how San Francisco is referred to as The City. Despite its name, South San Francisco does not border San Francisco, since Brisbane is situated in the middle of the two cities. The valley town faces the pretty San Francisco Bay, and if you get up to the higher levels you can catch some pretty amazing views. Thanks to the hills in the west, the city is sheltered from much of the fog that drowns surrounding bay areas. South San Francisco has a sign similar to the Hollywood one, which rises toward the north of the city with white letters stating South San Francisco, The Industrial City. The famous sign is was placed in honor of the city's industrial past, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. South San Francisco offers an abundance of recreation both outdoors and in the urban center. One of the many parks include the Orange Memorial Park, which has features like plenty of picnic grounds, a sculpture garden, a playground and several sports fields and courts. A great place to visit if you fancy the water is the Oyster Point, which is a park and marina down by the shore of San Francisco Bay. Runners can take a jog down the trail here, and wind-surfers and kayakers can hit the waves any day of the week. Downtown South San Francisco has buildings from the city's earliest days, and there are several old businesses along the main street, Grand Avenue. Among these are Galli's Sanitary Bakery, which has been in business since 1909, and the Plymire Schwartz house, the North Peninsula's first hospital.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
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