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China Town Murals
Photo By Romeo Doneza

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Photographer: Romeo Doneza

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  • Title: China Town Murals
  • State/Province/Region (required): California
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Bay Area
  • Nearest Town: San Francisco
  • Description: China town in Bay area isone of "the largest Chinese communities outside Asia".Since its establishment in the 1840s, it has been highly important and influential in the history and culture of ethnic Chinese immigrants to the United States and North America. In addition to it being a starting point and home for thousands of Chinese immigrants, it is also a major tourist attraction — as its shops, over 300 restaurants, and attractions draw more visitors annually to the neighborhood than the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Brief Directions: It is within an area of roughly 1 mile long by 1.34 miles wide. The current boundary is roughly Montgomery Street, Columbus Avenue and The City's Financial District in the East, Union Street and North Beach in the North all the way to its Northernmost point from the intersection of Jones Street and Lombard Street in Russian Hill to Lombard Street and Grant Avenue in Telegraph Hill. The Southeast is bounded by Bush Street with Union Square.
  • Best Season: Summer

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