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This row of seven perfectly pastel, ornate Victorian homes from the 1890s (made famous by the opening credits of the sitcom "Full House") lines the eastern side of Alamo Square park. Victorian and Edwardian-style houses are among San Francisco’s most recognizable architectural features. From the top of the park, you’ll be treated to a view of the Painted Ladies in the foreground of downtown San Francisco that's popular with photographers. This little stretch of homes is often also called Postcard Row.