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alamo square

Alamo Square

The Bernal Heights hill and microwave tower

Bernal Heights

Stores on Castro Street near the intersection with 18th. Rainbow flags, which are commonly associated with gay pride, may be seen hung on streetlights along the road.

The Castro

The dragon gate on Grant Avenue at Bush Street was a gift of the government of the Republic of China (Taiwan).

Chinatown

The corner of Haight and Ashbury in 2001

Haight-Ashbury

Looking south along Octavia Boulevard from Fell Street, where the Central Freeway once was.

Hayes Valley

This thematic map shows the population levels of Blacks in San Francisco.  Hunters Point is in the extreme southeastern part of the city with the highest concentration of Blacks in the city.

Hunters Point

The five-tiered Peace Pagoda made of concrete.

Japantown

Chestnut Street, looking eastward from Scott

Marina District

Mission Theatre on Mission Street

Mission District

Looking south-east Columbus Street (on the left), Stockton (on the right), and Green Street (not visible).  The Transamerica Pyramid in the Financial District is visible in the background on Columbus Street.  Part of Chinatown is visible along Stockton Street.  The array of overhead wires supply power for the electric trolley buses, such as the one on Stockton Street

North Beach

presidio

Presidio

Geary Boulevard, looking eastward from 36th Avenue

Richmond District

A view of Lombard Street and Russian Hill from Telegraph Hill. Centered in the picture is the famous 'World's crookedest street' portion of Lombard Street.

Russian Hill

The Outer Sunset from Grand View Park

Sunset District

A view of Telegraph Hill from a boat in the San Francisco Bay. Photo: John Curley.

Telegraph Hill

An aerial view of Treasure Island in the foreground, with its link to Yerba Buena Island in the background. Note the San Francisco Bay Bridge's tunnel.

Treasure Island

Looking down into Union Square from Macy's

Union Suare

A southern view from Alta Plaza Park, which is in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. Most of the valley in the central part of this image is in the Western Addition neighborhood. In the background on the right can be seen Sutro Tower, which is west of Twin Peaks. The darker hill to the left and slightly more in the foreground is Buena Vista Heights, which is directly south of Haight Street (between the Haight-Fillmore and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods). Cathedral Hill is visible to the left, just west of Van Ness Avenue and north of Hayes Valley.

Western Addition