The biggest impression is that there are a lot of vagrants. The city hall is big and the mayor's office is visited casually. The whole city's housing sales records are freely accessible, and the information is really open and transparent to the extreme. It's free.
On the top of the centuries-old San Francisco City Hall is said to be a pure gold city hall, which looks like St. Petersburg Cathedral of the Vatican. The first city hall in the United States, comparable to the White House, is mainly used for government offices and civil weddings. I didn't think it was very close to the people.
San Francisco City Hall concentrates on the then popular Academy of Architectural Arts Baroque roof, which looks like St. Peter's Church in Rome. The interior is also magnificent, friends said that apart from the financial and taxation departments are not allowed to enter and exit freely, the rest of the corner can be visited at will, often there are new people here to hold wedding.
Built in 1915, the City Hall is a solemn dome building, modelled on St. Peter's Cathedral in the Vatican of Rome. It is recognized as one of the most beautiful public buildings in the United States. It belongs to the French Renaissance design. The golden dome is taller than the United States Congress Building.
Visits are free, but security checks are required when entering. It is magnificent, more like a museum or church. Many people will take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremonies here. We have just witnessed a few CPs. There are also some art students who draw architectural sketches inside. Inside the San Francisco City Hall, the sunshine was shining and the feeling was delicate. Everything was bright and warm.
Where couples get married! The ceremony is simple! Unlike before we get married, we just need the bride and groom to put on their dresses and register with a bunch of flowers. I happened to meet a couple of female comrades who got married. Although I couldn't understand the oath, I was touched by the gloomy look in my eyes. 5555