Pulgas Water Temple

Description


The Pulgas Water Temple is a stone structure west of Interstate 280 at 80 Canada Road, Redwood City, California, USA, designed by architect William G. Merchant. It was erected by the San Francisco Water Department to commemorate the 1934 completion of the Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct and is located at the aqueduct's terminus. In 1938, the original water temple was replaced with the current design. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Roads, Rivers and tributaries, Private elementary schools, Natural Heritage / Flora, what to see / tourism / botanical gardens, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Sculptures, Secondary Schools, Geographical features, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments, Valleys

Roads

  1. Ruta Estatal de California 92

Rivers and tributaries

  1. Apanolio Creek
  2. Nuff Creek
  3. Lobitos Creek

Private elementary schools

  1. Charles Armstrong School

Natural Heritage / Flora

  1. Arboreto de San Mateo

what to see / tourism / botanical gardens

  1. San Mateo Arboretum

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Sculptures

  1. Pulgas Water Temple

Secondary Schools

  1. San Mateo Middle College High School

Geographical features

  1. Seal Slough

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Sequoia Hospital

Valleys

  1. Soda Gulch

Other interest places

  1. http://dbpedia.org/resource/Portola_Valley,_California__Portola_Valley_School__1
  2. Portola Valley, California
  3. San Mateo County, California
  4. Sanzaru Games
  5. Foster City, California
  6. Redwood City, California
  7. Belmont (Caltrain station)
  8. Redwood City (Caltrain station)

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