A-Z Challenge: The Letter C: Coit Tower

While not as famous as the Golden Gate Bridge or the Transamerica Pyramid, Coit Tower has nonetheless been a major San Francisco landmark since it was built in 1938. Visit the tower and you’re offered amazing sweeping vista views of the entire city, the bay, and yes, the Golden Gate Bridge. The pic above was taken last year on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. The pic below is the tower by day, standing tall on it’s Telegraph Hill perch, looking down on the neighborhoods of North Beach and Chinatown below.

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13 Responses to A-Z Challenge: The Letter C: Coit Tower

  1. Ricky Leong says:

    I love the view from up there.

  2. fgassette says:

    At night the tower looks like a lighthouse and I love and collect lighthouses. This is a great selections of photos for the challenge.


  3. drewpan says:

    I just have to say… when I first glanced at the headline I read coitus tower. Read into that statement as you will!

  4. cocomino says:

    What a great landmark. I’m sure that the view from the tower is awesome.

  5. thanks for the Coit Tower looking over China Town by night …

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