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California is one the most rare findings ever in the annals of expedition history. In November 1769, Captain Gaspar de Portola's expedition by mistake found the beautiful bay that is now called San Francisco Bay. The expedition then traveled to the area that is now Stanford and endorsed the region with its presence.
Daily routine life became established in this part of the world. People started settling into the vicinity and calling it home. In 1876, former California Governor Leland Stanford purchased 650 acres of Rancho San Francisquito for a country home and began the development of his famous Palo Alto Stock Farm for trotting horses.
A few years later, the governor purchased another 8,000 acres for the same purpose. The stables and the local community farmlands ultimately grew into local communities. With the advantages of the bay and the weather conditions prime for farming and cattle, hundreds of thousands of immigrants came into California to earn a livelihood.
Stanford is one of the most beautiful cities of entire California that provides the state with numerous benefits and recreational facilities. The city boasts of housing one of the most prestigious universities in the world that has changed the very dimensions of ethics, standards and practices in all spheres and domains of life.
The city has become an internationally acclaimed city for its intellectual prowess and architectural significance. The excellence of a tier one university changed the dynamics of the community and ultimately revamped the city from a local farmland community to a technical and social intellectual powerhouse of knowledge and sagacity.
The city has given birth to some of the most renowned individuals in society. Some of the most brilliant minds have taught in the classrooms of this institutions and a massive number of engineers, physicians and philanthropists have become polished citizens through the institutional excellence. Stanford University has given meaning and life to the city that now caters to students, teachers and a massive job market.
The city is extremely proud of this internationally acclaimed university and takes pride in its educational programs and unique research groups. The city works very closely with the institutions and ensures that proper finances and resources are available to cater to the ongoing needs of the university. The city has a primal objective of keeping alive the prestige and credentials of the university.
Stanford and the relevant surrounding areas are known for their open minded views and liberal ideas. The city has given birth to a multitude of individuals and organizations that have changed the very mindsets and instilled in the minds of millions the concepts of peace, morality and compassion.
Stanford is one of the main areas that come under the umbrella of Silicon Valley. It has become a technical resource for the surrounding technical corporations. Millions of dollars have been bestowed to the university to cater to the ongoing demands and needs of the technical communities. Advanced research and algorithms take place in Stanford that allows for breakthroughs in different arenas of the market.
Due to these phenomena, majority of people residing in Stanford are highly educated and give the city its rare citizen demographics. Approximately 85% of the community have graduated from college and have higher paying jobs as compared to other areas in United States of America.
The warm climate of the entire region has given Stanford high ratings in regards to quality of life and the travelers that visit particular areas have been fascinated by the beauty and architecture of Stanford. Within the heaven on earth coastal domain, Stanford is rated one of the top traveled destinations in California.
Stanford vicinity also has the legendary prison Alcatraz in the bay area. Stanford is now rated as a university town and all the activity in the city revolves around the university.
The University also maintains the Hopkins Marine Station , which was established in 1892. It is the oldest marine laboratory on the Pacific Coast and the second oldest in the U.S. It is situated on 10 acres of picturesque, rocky headland called Cabrillo Point overlooking Monterey Bay.
The station, a division of Stanford's Biological Sciences Department , has earned an international reputation for its teaching and research. Its program is primarily for research and graduate study, but there are also special classes for undergraduates.
Stanford is a must see city during a trip to California. It gives the unique mentality of a diverse community that is driven by intellectual excellence and surrounded by immaculate weather.
Stanford Tickets Prices
The average Stanford Tickets price will cost you between $30 and $177, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Maples Pavilion, Stanford on 03/01/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 29/12/2019 at the Maples Pavilion, Stanford.
Minimum get in price is for Stanford Tickets is $25 for the event being held at the Maples Pavilion, Stanford on 03/01/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Maples Pavilion, Stanford on 29/12/2019 will set you back $76.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Stanford Cardinal vs. Kansas Jayhawks||Stanford||29-Dec-19||$177||$76|
|Stanford Cardinal Women's Basketball vs. Washington State Cougars||Stanford||3-Jan-20||$30||$25|
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