|Swarovski crystals and gift bags|
Human habitation of the territory that includes San Francisco started in about 3000 BC started with the Yelamu group of the Ohlone people. Their few small villages were overrun by Spanish explorers in the later part of 1769. It only took seven years for the Spanish to
|Left to Right: City hall, Golden Gate Bridge|
Urban development and re-development played a role in moving the city’s market place
from trade based to the new and relatively more profitable tourist based economy. The Port of Oakland took care of shipping while San Francisco became the home of the
|Left T to B: Cliff's Variety, Historic street car|
Right: The Castro Theater
If you remember the movie ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ you’ve seen one of the historic areas of San Francisco. During reconstruction after the 1906 earthquake, the Marina District was chosen as the site of the Panama–Pacific International Exposition. Built on rubble from the
|Left and Right: Painted Ladies|
The Mission District, as with most of the San Francisco area, was originally inhabited by the
|Examples of murals|
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|Left: Day of the Dead grid|
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