San Francisco's Architecture: Coit Tower
This art deco 210-foot tower dominating the city from the top of Telegraph Hill was dedicated in 1933 with founds from Lillie Hitchcock Coit to honor firefighters who fought the flames that followed the 1906 earthquake. Beneath the tower, we can find Pioneer Park.
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Architecture sub-sections:
1. Coit Tower
2. Mission Dolores
3. Palace of the Arts
4. Neiman Marcus
5. Houses
6. Various
Coit Tower (1933) de nuit
Coit Tower (1933) by night
Coit Tower de nuit
Coit Tower by night
Tour Coit au loin
Coit Tower afar
Coit Tower de Greenwich St. (intersection Stockton St.)
Coit Tower from Greenwich St. (Stockton St. intersection)
Coit Tower
Coit Tower
Du haut de Coit Tower, photographes à l'oeuvre
From the top of Coit Tower, photographers on duty
Arche de Coit Tower
Coit Tower arch
Soleil couchant du haut de Coit Tower
Sun setting from the top of Coit Tower
Coit Tower vu de l'escalier Filbert
Coit Tower from Filbert Steps

Satellite view on Google maps

Coit Tower on Wikipedia

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