A Historic Landmark in San Francisco and situated in the Heart of the Castro District. When we visited San Francisco in April this year, we stayed just up the hill from this landmark. Although the whole Castro street was under construction, it still stood out as a gorgeous building!
This movie palace, with its Spanish Colonial Baroque façade was built in 1922. It has over 1400 seats, and its designer, Timothy Pflueger, also designed a few other theatres in California in that period. Unfortunately we did not go see a movie there – our time was very limited and we explored this interesting city until our legs did not want to put another step in front of the other. So we skipped on the movie! 🙂