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Scripps Pier

Scripps Pier

Scripps Pier, located in the coastal community of La Jolla near San Diego, California, is an iconic structure that serves as both a research facility and a beloved landmark. Stretching out 1,090 feet into the Pacific Ocean, it is one of the longest research piers in the world and is owned and operated by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. Constructed in 1988, Scripps Pier facilitates a wide range of oceanographic research activities, including monitoring water temperature, salinity, and marine life. Beyond its scientific significance, Scripps Pier also holds cultural intrigue due to an event known as "Scrippshenge." Twice a year, during the equinoxes, the rising and setting sun aligns perfectly with the pier, casting a breathtaking spectacle of light and shadow that draws photographers and spectators to witness this natural phenomenon. Scripps Pier thus stands not only as a symbol of scientific inquiry but also as a captivating intersection of nature and human curiosity along the picturesque coastline of La Jolla.

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