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Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks

The Twin Peaks of the North and South, commonly known as 'Eureka' and 'Noe,' is 660 ft (200 m) apart.

 

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The Twin Peaks are two conspicuous hills of around 925 feet (282 m) in the vicinity of the San Francisco, California, geographical center. Mount Davidson is only 928 feet (283 m) higher in the city. The Twin Peaks of the North and South, commonly known as 'Eureka' and 'Noe,' is 660 ft (200 m) apart. The summits divided the summer coastal fog from the Pacific Ocean. Would you like a magnificent San Francisco 360 degree view? Head to San Francisco, the top of the Twin Peaks. These two hills are located over 1,000 meters above the city and in its geographical center. Many of San Francisco's attractive sites may be seen from the area next to the parking lot: the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Transamerica Building, downtown skyscrapers, and Market Street. Photographs do not do justice to it.

The skyline of San Francisco has changed considerably after the completion of the Salesforce Tower in 2018. It's now the highest structure in San Francisco (1,070 feet tall, about 100 feet taller than the 922 feet of Twin Peaks), which sticks to the shot above on Market Street right. At night, they display light on the skyscraper's tapped tip. We have Sauron's Eye peering out of the tower for Halloween!

What are those towers? The Sutro Tower, a large, red, three-pronged structure on a neighboring hill (between Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro), serves San Francisco and the surrounding area. The city owns the smaller steel towers next to the Twin Peaks parking lot. Radio towers are used to transmit police and fire departments. Twin Peaks also houses a vast 300 million gallon reservoir, created as a water supply to fire on the peaks following the 1906 quake.
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