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The San Francisco, CA Quiz (California Dreamin')

The City by the Bay, Fog City - just a few names for the city of San Francisco, famous for monuments such as the Golden Gate Bridge. 10 Questions.

 
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The consolidated city-county of San Francisco is the smallest county in California, but what is its population (2014)?

  • 852,400
  • 1,245,800
  • 1,780,900
  • 2,789,800

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Who is the city of San Francisco named after?

  • Sisters of St. Francis
  • St. Francis de Sales
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • St. Francis Xavier

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The Chinese Fortune Cookie was invented by a resident of San Francisco of which ethnicity?

  • Mongolian
  • Vietnamese
  • Chinese
  • Japanese

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Until what year was San Francisco part of Mexico, until the Mexican-American War of that year?

  • 1848
  • 1824
  • 1868
  • 1898

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What street in San Francisco is the steepest, with the steepness of 31.5 degrees?

  • Filbert Street
  • Lombard Street
  • Leavenworth Street
  • Alvarado Street

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Which of these bridges in San Francisco was not built during the Great Depression?

  • High Street Bridge
  • Lefty O'Doul Bridge
  • Oakland Bay Bridge
  • Golden Gate Bridge

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In 1901, the city of San Francisco outlawed burials. Most of the city's deceased are buried in Colma, CA - where the dead outnumber the living 1000 to ''what''?

  • 8
  • 3
  • 1
  • 7

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During the Californian Gold Rush, the city of San Francisco became a major port city along the West Coast of the United States, with many abandoned ''what'' waiting for their owners?

  • Ships
  • Carriages
  • Trains
  • Bicycles

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The State Flag of California, features a grizzly bear modeled after one named ''Monarch'', who was held in which park in San Francisco?

  • Alamo Square
  • Balboa Park
  • Golden Gate Park
  • Cayuga Park

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In 1867, San Francisco instituted the United States' first ''Ugly Law'', which prohibited who from walking the streets (the last ''Ugly Law'' was repealed in 1974)?

  • Unsightly people
  • Natives
  • Workmen
  • Coal miners

 

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