A tiny Victorian house mysteriously shows up at Golden Gate Park The doll house-sized installation was placed atop a 30-foot-tall tree stump, with the message: "Where there is hatred, let us sow love." Officials say they have no plans to take it down.

A tiny Victorian house mysteriously shows up at Golden Gate Park

A tiny Victorian house mysteriously shows up at Golden Gate Park

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The doll house-sized installation was placed atop a 30-foot-tall tree stump, with the message: "Where there is hatred, let us sow love." Officials say they have no plans to take it down.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. Park officials in San Francisco say they don't know who's behind the latest attraction in Golden Gate Park. It's a little blue and yellow house perched atop a 30-foot-tall tree stump - a mini-Victorian. It's about the size of a dollhouse, and it has a message on its side that reads, where there is hatred, let us so love. The mini-mystery house has become more popular with visitors, and officials say they have no plans to take it down. It's MORNING EDITION.

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