San Francisco 2018 Calendar
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Celebrate San Francisco history at Coit Tower, root for the Giants at AT&T Park, let your wild side dance during Carnaval, check the time at the Ferry Building, and do some thinking inspired by Auguste Rodin at the Legion of Honor. San Francisco shows off the great style of the City by the Bay all through the year.
Published by Tide-mark, the 2018 San Francisco wall calendar opens to 13.75 x 20.5 inches.
Places pictured in the 2018 San Fancisco calendar include:
The San Francisco Ferry Building is notable for its 245-foot-tall tower, which features four clock dials that each measures 22 feet in diameter.
Twilight in San Francisco looking toward the Bay
Coit Tower rises above Pioneer Park on Telegraph Hill. Built in 1933, the tower was a gift bequeathed by Lillie Hitchcock Coit who loved the city and wanted to make it beautiful. Inside the tower are 27 fresco murals created by San Francisco artists.
The Spanish established the Presidio as a fortress in 1776 and it continued in that role until the U.S. Army base there was decommissioned in 1994. The area is now a park offering vistas of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Carnaval inspires a host of people to entertain and perform every year in May.
The San Francisco Giants host the Chicago Cubs at AT&T Park located in the city’s South Beach neighborhood
Fort Point was built between 1853 and 1861 to help protect San Francisco Bay. Slated for demolition to make way for the new Golden Gate Bridge, instead the southern end of the bridge was redesigned to accommodate the fort, which is now designated a national historic site.
The venerable steam tug Hercules was built in 1907 and has been preserved as part of San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park’s collection at the historic Hyde Street Pier near Fisherman’s Wharf.
The Legion of Honor is part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The museum’s collection of European art includes bronze casts of important sculptures by Auguste Rodin, whose work The Thinker occupies the Court of Honor.
Opened originally in 1895, the de Young Museum today features diverse collections of contemporary international art, costumes and textiles from the Americas in a building completed in 2005.
This street mural celebrates San Francisco’s Chinatown, the largest outside of Asia
Wreathed in clouds, the Golden Gate Bridge was completed in 1937 and declared one of the wonders of the modern world by the America Society of Engineers. The bridge links San Francisco and Marin County.
Trip down memory lane!
Posted by Doris E. Flair on Dec 8th 2015
ncisco in 1947 and since then have vacationed on and on in San Francisco. This calendar is so beautiful; I know it bring back many memories. I manage to have a TideMark calendar every year because their photograghs are so bright and beautiful. Doris E. Flair