Category:War Memorial Opera House

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English: The War Memorial Opera House, on Van Ness Avenue across from City Hall, in the Civic Center district of San Francisco, California. Designed by Arthur Brown, Jr. in 1927-1928, it is one of the last Beaux-Arts style structures erected in the United States. Construction was completed in 1932. The "War Memorial" name commemorates all the people who served in World War I, which ended seven years before the project commenced.
War Memorial Opera House (es); ウォーメモリアル・オペラハウス (ja); San Francisco War Memorial Opera House (fr); دار الاوبرا الحربيه التذكاريه (arz); בית האופרה - יד זיכרון לנופלים (he); 战争纪念歌剧院 (zh); Военный мемориальный оперный театр (ru); War Memorial Opera House (it); خانه اپرا یادبود جنگ (fa); 戰爭紀念歌劇院 (zh-hk); War Memorial Opera House (en); دار الأوبرا الحربية التذكارية (ar); 战争纪念歌剧院 (zh-hans); 戰爭紀念歌劇院 (zh-hant) оперный театр в Сан-Франциско, Калифорния, США (ru); アメリカ合衆国カリフォルニア州サンフランシスコにある歌劇場 (ja); opera house in San Francisco, California, United States, home of the San Francisco Opera company (en); 歌劇院 (zh-hant); bouwwerk in de Verenigde Staten (nl) War Memorial Opera House (ru); ウォーメモリアル・オペラ・ハウス, 戦争記念歌劇場, 戦争記念オペラハウス (ja)
War Memorial Opera House 
opera house in San Francisco, California, United States, home of the San Francisco Opera company
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  • 1932
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37° 46′ 42.96″ N, 122° 25′ 15.6″ W
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