Trivia Question: The city of San Francisco was named for what man?
Answer: St. Francis of Assisi
The name San Francisco is a Spanish translation of Saint Francis. This historic holy man inspired the creation of the Franciscan order of monks. Catholic settlers on the California coast named their city after Saint Francis hoping to invoke his blessing.
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