The San Francisco City Hall was a landmark in San Francisco, California. It was the government hall for the city and county of San Francisco itself. It re-opened in 1915.

During the 2012 apocalypse, the Los Angeles Earthquake struck the entire state of California, destroying Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and the city hall itself, destroying it and killing numerous people inside the building. When the earthquake came to a halt, the Pacific Plate destablized, which caused the ruined lands of California to slide into the Pacific Ocean, along with the remains of the now destroyed City Hall.

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