Haight Ashbury (USA) – description, history, location. The exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos.
The glorious Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco went down in history in 1967, in the hot summer of which about one hundred thousand hippies gathered here to celebrate the famous Summer of Love. It was then that the ideology of the hippie turned from a subculture into a powerful movement that proclaimed free love, creativity and rejection of material values as the main values. Well, Haight-Ashbury received the honorary title of the place “where it all began.”
Today, Haight Ashbury is still a vibrant, vibrant and vibrant area of San Francisco. There are many hippie themed shops, designer boutiques, music shops and bookstores. Restaurants and bars compete for originality, consistently proclaiming hippie values.
Attractions in the Haight Ashbury area include the historic The Red Victorian Hotel, housed in a carmine-colored old mansion dating back to 1904, and the residential buildings of the late 19th century San Francisco painted ladies architecture.
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