"Created in the 1920's as a way..." Lombard Street Tip by AndreasK

Lombard Street, San Francisco: 137 reviews and 230 photos

 
 

Created in the 1920's as a way to deal with the extreme forty-degree slope of Russian Hill, the block of <b>Lombard Street</b> from Hyde to Leavenworth has long been known as 'the crookedest street in the world.' Pedestrians can avoid the curves and are able to use stairs instead.

Address: 1000-1099 Lombard St., San Francisco, CA 94133
Directions: Russian Hill
Phone: +1 415-391-2000
Website: http://www.sftodo.com/lomabardcrookedstreet.html

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  • Written Sep 7, 2002
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