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Mission San Francisco de Asís is the building on the left; it is the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco. Mission Dolores Cemetery is located to the left of the building. Mission Dolores Basilica is the ornate building on the right.
Bernal Heights Park is ahead. The picture was taken from Corona Heights Park. The view is looking southeast.
This is a view of apartment buildings located on Parnassus Avenue at Cole Street. This area is in the Cole Valley neighborhood.
The northern flank of Tank Hill and Sutro Tower both overlook this scene.
Here is a view looking up the Vulcan Street Steps.
This flower garden is adjacent to the Vulcan Street Steps.
This is a view of Mount Davidson as seen from Balboa Reservoir. The area of land in San Francisco known as Balboa Reservoir may have been what the Grateful Dead were referring to when they recorded What a long, strange trip it's been. To attempt to understand the strange and convoluted history of Balboa Reservoir I suggest that you review this excellent three-part detailed history: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three.