Land Park is known for its many famous residents (politicians, authors, and attorneys, etc), its proximity to the downtown area and local activities, and some pretty cool structural architecture in some areas.
I don't know much about Curtis Park (except that the Mayor lives there). But it most likely has a great history as Land Park does.
Similar architecure can be found in both neighborhoods.
The major difference would be Land Park includes the Sacramento Zoo and William Land Park and Curtis Park has a park, only not quite as large. Other than that, the two are both equal recognizable as two of Sacramento's more well established neighborhoods.
Hope that helps.
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