City of Golden Gate, San Francisco.

San Francisco a city in the comes under the California State of USA so we are not talking about the “city of golden gate in India”, the city is cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California.

In the San Francisco there is a strait on the west coast of North America that connects San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean, since 1937, it has been spanned by the Bridge that actually connect San Francisco Peninsula and Marin Headlands.

The bridge that is in Between San Francisco Peninsula and Marin Headlands ie called Golden Gate Bridge because the bridge is situated over the strait that is called Golden Gate, so with this way we can say that San Francisco is the city which city is known as the city of golden gate.

Facts about city of golden gate.

Name City of golden gate
City San Francisco
Address Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA, USA
Country USA
Continent North America
Came in existence May 27, 1937
Area covered in KM 8,981 ft (2,737.4 m)
Height 746 ft (227.4 m)
Time to visit 4.00 am to 8.00 pm
Ticket time 4.00 am to 8.00 pm
Ref No of UNESCO 974
Coordinate 37°49′11″N 122°28′43″W
Per year visitors 10 million annual visitors
Near by Airport San Francisco Airport
Near by River Nanjing Yangtze River

Where is city of golden gate Located in USA

Location of golden gate, Located in USA. on Google Map

History of golden gate

According to most trusted encyclopedia wikipedia Before the Europeans arrived in the 18th century, the area around the strait and the bay was inhabited by the Ohlone to the south and Coast Miwok people to the north.
On August 5, 1775 Juan de Ayala and the crew of his ship San Carlos became the first Europeans known to have passed through the strait, anchoring in a cove behind Angel Island, the cove now named in Ayala’s honor. Until the 1840s, the strait was called the “Boca del Puerto de San Francisco” (“Mouth of the Port of San Francisco”). On July 1, 1846, before the discovery of gold in California, the entrance acquired a new name. In his memoirs, John C. Frémont wrote, “To this Gate I gave the name of ‘Chrysopylae’, or ‘Golden Gate’; for the same reasons that the harbor of Byzantium was called Chrysoceras, or Golden Horn.