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A walk through San Francisco streets and alleys offers more than just a way from point A to B, but the city walls are canvases painted with colorful beauty that narrate the social struggles and political upheaval in this "city by the bay."

San Francisco | Murals

Balmy Alley Mural
  • Balmy Alley Mural
  • It's easy to miss this colorful and profound venture down Balmy Alley if you are not aware of its existence. Situated in a narrow alley in the Mission district, Balmy Alley is a massive accumulation of murals with themes ranging from Chicana/o pride to the gentrification of the Mission.
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Clarion Alley Murals
  • Clarion Alley Murals
  • Do you like your art raw and non-commercialized? As critique and struggle and bold dialogue? Alternatively beautiful and shocking? If so, then after you pay that handsome price for refined modern...
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Coit Tower Mural
  • Coit Tower Mural
  • Built in 1933, Coit Tower stands majestically atop San Francisco's Telegraph Hill. Named for Lillie Hitchcock Coit, who bequeathed one-third of her estate to the City of San Francisco, the tower was built to beautify her beloved city.
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Diego Rivera Murals
  • Diego Rivera Murals
  • Born Diego María de la Concepción Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodrígue, Mexican artist Diego Rivera's career is just as extensive and impressive as his given name.
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Women's Building MaestraPeace Mural


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