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Lombard Street in San Francisco has earned the nickname of being the "most crooked street in the world." It consists of eight hairpin turns, and has been featured in all sorts of movies, tv shows, and video games.

Lombard Street in San Francisco has earned the nickname of being the "most crooked street in the world." It consists of eight hairpin turns, and has been featured in all sorts of movies, tv shows, and video games.

Night view of San Francisco word travel viagem viagens mundo eua estados unidos sao francisco cidade city foto photo noite luzes

Night view of San Francisco word travel viagem viagens mundo eua estados unidos sao francisco cidade city foto photo noite luzes

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"Basta pensare a lui, basta rivivere quei momenti di paura e desiderio. È stato tutto un incubo, o un sogno, e ora bisogna tornare alla realtà: Parigi..." #SperlingPrivé Come il cielo a mezzanotte  [Love Bridge, Paris, France - Double click on the photo to get or sell a travel guide to #Paris]

"Basta pensare a lui, basta rivivere quei momenti di paura e desiderio. È stato tutto un incubo, o un sogno, e ora bisogna tornare alla realtà: Parigi..." #SperlingPrivé Come il cielo a mezzanotte [Love Bridge, Paris, France - Double click on the photo to get or sell a travel guide to #Paris]

While you may not know it by name, San Francisco’s Lombard Street is often touted as the “Crookedest Street in the World”. But Lombard Street wasn’t always that way. Back in the early 1900′s it was just another residential street in the San Francisco hills, with the one exception that it had a 27% grade, which made it all but impossible for most vehicles to climb.

While you may not know it by name, San Francisco’s Lombard Street is often touted as the “Crookedest Street in the World”. But Lombard Street wasn’t always that way. Back in the early 1900′s it was just another residential street in the San Francisco hills, with the one exception that it had a 27% grade, which made it all but impossible for most vehicles to climb.

Photo by Thomas Hawk of the Coit Tower in North Beach, San Francisco.  Gorgeous views of city and bay from tower area

Photo by Thomas Hawk of the Coit Tower in North Beach, San Francisco. Gorgeous views of city and bay from tower area

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