The oldest building in San Francisco and one of the many Spanish missions in California, the white, intricately decorated towers of Mission Dolores tower over the neighborhood.?

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Flavors and Murals of the Mission District of San Francisco

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 2 hours 30 minutes

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...drink), sweet or savory pie, and stop at a famous taqueria before finishing up at Dolores Park and the Mission Dolores.

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Mission Dolores, San Francisco

The oldest building in San Francisco and one of the many Spanish missions in California, the white, intricately decorated towers of Mission Dolores tower over the neighborhood.?.

The oldest building in San Francisco and one of the many Spanish missions in California, the white, intricately decorated towers of Mission Dolores tower over the neighborhood.?


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About Mission Dolores

 Mission Dolores, San Francisco, CA, USA

 +1 415 621-8203

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