United States California San Francisco
San Francisco City Hall
- 1 Doctor Carlton B Goodlett Place
- (415) 554-4000
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Historically, this has been a location where LGBTQ+ voices have fought for their rights, culminating in the City Hall hosting the first USA same-sex marriage ceremony in 2004. Shining proudly in bright, rainbow colors, the City Hall is a symbol of progression that has been achieved by the LGBTQ+ community of San Francisco.- and is a beacon for further progression to come on an international scale.
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LGBTQ+ Landmarks in San Franciscoseeker (Seeker Editors) San Francisco is a historically rich destination, brimming with diverse LGBTQ+ history and culture. Including the nineteen-nineties AIDS epidemic, persecution, riots, the first-ever US same-sex marriage, and vibrant Pride parades, SF has seen it all. Visit some of the treasured locations that have stood alongside some of the most outspoken and determined LGBTQ+ individuals and equal rights activists in the colorful district of The Castro. These rainbow flag-lined streets have observed some of the most powerful movements in history, let's uncover these iconic LGBTQ+ landmarks in San Francisco.
Most photogenic spots in San Franciscochiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Whether you are seeking the money shot of the Golden Gate Bridge or the perfect selfie for instagram, these spots will not disappoint.