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  • Kristin Farr

    California Academy of Sciences by architects Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The museum, which contains an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum and research and educational facilities, features a “green” roof and numerous sustainable features.

  • Alanie Paet

    Rainforest interior. California Academy of Sciences by Renzo Piano. Among the largest museums of natural history in the world. Located in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

  • Moe Taylor

    Inside California Academy of Sciences Building green roof and observation deck RENZO PIANO LEED PLATINUM RATING 2.5 acres green roof recycled 90% of materials

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California Academy of Sciences by architects Renzo Piano Building Workshop opened last week in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The museum, which contains an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum and research and educational facilities, features a “green” roof and numerous sustainable features.

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National Historic Landmark, The Balclutha, San Francisco, California. Balclutha, also known as Star of Alaska, Pacific Queen, or Sailing Ship Balclutha, is a steel-hulled full rigged ship that was built in 1886. Designed as a general trader, Balclutha rounded Cape Horn 17 times in her thirteen years. During this period she carried cargoes such as wine, case oil, and coal from Europe and the East Coast of the United States to various ports in the Pacific.

San Francisco... if i could only go to one more city before i die, it might be this one

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Ahh... Don't you just love the downhill speed of a cable car in San Francisco?? ~~~~ except when you are speeding backwards because the brakes stopped working, the conductor is clanging the bell and you are standing on the outside as my husband and I always did. VERY scary experience!!!!!!!!!

At the California Academy of Sciences the outside is inside, and it is incredible #aquarium