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Guide reading:A dark film, unexpectedly appeared some color houses, but also appears particularly fantastic, this is the house near the fisherman's wharf. Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco is the ancestor of the wharf industry. Originally, Fish
In Manwei's "anti-hero", the popularity of venom has always been very high, exaggerated shape, strong fighting power, and the venom of cowardly cowards is loved by the public.
 
Now the poison is on the big screen! Shocking special effects of movies, as always, make people scream. Eh? How come the scenes in the movie are so familiar?!
 
"Venom" was shot in San Francisco, USA! The huge landmark steep slopes add a lot of interest to the action scenes in the movies.
 
This is the scene of Venom, where countless classic movies are filmed! ____________
 
Golden Gate Bridge
 
The movie started with the famous Golden Gate Bridge.
 
This is the scene of Venom, where countless classic movies are filmed! ____________
 
In Hollywood movies, the extent of the destruction of the Golden Gate Bridge is often used to show the severity of the disaster. The performance of the Golden Gate Bridge in the major disaster movies deserves an Oscar.
 
In fact, the bridge is novel in structure and superb in appearance. It is regarded as a model of beauty by the international bridge engineering community and one of the wonders of the modern world by the American Association of Architectural Engineers. Many people say that no one can match the Golden Gate Bridge in terms of the degree of its appearance.
 
This is the scene of Venom, where countless classic movies are filmed! ____________
 
Alcatraz Island
 
In Venom, Eddie goes to prison for an interview. This is St. Quentin State Prison, where many films are filmed. It is also the prototype and Inspiration of many films, such as Ant Man, Shawshank's Redemption, Escape from Devil Island, Harry Potter and so on.
 
It is surrounded by deep cliffs and used to be a prison for heavy criminals in the United States. The name "Devil Island" comes from Philip Grosser, a former prisoner who was convicted of refusing to serve in World War I. He put his own iron window experience into a book, named Uncle Sam's Devil Island, and exposed the terror and darkness of the prison to the public.
 
Nowadays, the Golden Gate Bridge can be overlooked on the island, and the lively scenes of San Francisco are reflected in the eyes. With the support of so many movies, the Devil Island has become a must-go place for many film enthusiasts.
 
This is the scene of Venom, where countless classic movies are filmed! ____________
 
Lombard street
 
In the movie, a group of people raced their cars in Jiuquhua Street.
 
This is the most curved street in the world, surrounded by hydrangeas. In the 1920s, the street was designed and built to breathe in the busy traffic, requiring no more than five miles per hour.
 
Flower Street is the pride of San Francisco people. It is famous for its steep winding mountain roads and brilliant and green design. Spring balls, summer roses and autumn chrysanthemums embellish the streets in clusters. Flowers along the way are dense, colorful and alternate in all seasons to ensure different scenery and steps.
 
Twin peaks
 
The hostess's apartment, on a steep slope! Throughout San Francisco, steep slopes continue, the most famous is Gemini Peak.
The two hills, about 270 meters above sea level, were nicknamed "breasts of Indian girls" by early Spanish immigrants because of their shape.
 
It's hard to get on Twin Peaks, but there are still many movies shooting chase scenes on various steep slopes. However, if you climb up, you will feel very worthwhile, because at this time you are like a city in the sky on clouds, and you will have a good view of the Bay Area.
 
Fisherman's Wharf
 
A dark film, unexpectedly appeared some color houses, but also appears particularly fantastic, this is the house near the fisherman's wharf.
 
Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco is the ancestor of the wharf industry.
 
Originally, Fish