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The Painted Ladies of San Francisco Victorian Houses at Alamo Square


The “Painted Ladies” of San Francisco, a group of famous Victorian Houses known for their identical architecture, but most notably known as the location of the Tanner family picnic during the opening credits of the 1990s TV show Full House. This photo was taken in November 2008 at Alamo Square park facing the San Francisco skyline.

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