San-francisco definitions

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A city of northern California on a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. It was founded as Yerba Buena in 1835 near the site of a Spanish presidio and mission built in 1776. The city grew into a major port during the gold rush of 1848, and survived a devastating earthquake and fire in 1906. Today it is the center of a large metropolitan area around San Francisco Bay.
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Seaport on the coast of central Calif., separated from Oakland by an inlet (San Francisco Bay) of the Pacific.
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A major coastal city in California of over 800,000 widely known for its unique culture, architecture, and LGBT population.
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The extinct culture of the city of the same name also known as the Ramaytush.
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Any place or institution named after St. Francis.
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