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Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Gardens Sunset
California

The sunken gardens at the Santa Barbara, California County Court House is the location of many community events and festivals. There are few places more recognizable as a local Santa Barbara landmark, and the golden hour is the perfect time of day to enjoy this wonderful spot.

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