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Alameda Travel Guide  

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Alameda can be referred to as a city located in ‘Alameda County, California, US’. It stands on a tiny island that has the same name as it adjoining Oakland within the ‘San Francisco Bay’.

Bay Farm Island that is flanking Oakland International Airport is the other portion of this city. Alameda stands out from the other cities due to its 3-lined neighborhoods and Victorian Homes. Alameda can be called a ‘charter city’, instead of being called a ‘general law city’. This can be attributed to the fact that government of any form can be provided in this city. This adoption took place in the year 1916; which has still been retained.

As far as area is concerned, Alameda constitutes 10.8 sq. Km of land and 31.5 sq. Km of water.

The present scenario is such that this city comprises of major original section, along with western side consisting of former NAS, i.e. Naval Air Station. This area is called ‘Alameda Point’.

The climate is quite humid.

The population as per 2000 census was 72259.

Area code:
0510
Time zone:
UTC+-8
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Reviews Alameda

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Alameda Museum This museum goes on to showcase local artists of Alameda. In addition to this, it goes on to display history of Alameda on the permanent basis. Videos, souvenirs, and books regarding this history have also been made... more available. It is open to public as per the following timings: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays: 13:30 to 16:00 Saturdays: 11:00 to 16:00 There isn’t any entry fee as such. However, donations are always welcome. Meyers House Museum The ‘Meyers House’ was erected in the year 1897. It exemplifies an architectural approach around turn of century. The credit for such a marvelous design goes to Henry H. Meyers. The house had been constructed by none other than Jacob Meyers, his father, by spending $4000.The 3 Meyers sisters went on to leave this house as well as grounds for it to be used as house museum and passive park.
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