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Mission District Murals - San Francisco
To walk the Mission District is to enjoy a visual feast of mural art. These photos show just a fraction of the almost 600 murals throughout San Francisco.
Artists began painting in Balmy Alley in the 1970s, reflecting social, political and community concerns. The Clarion Alley Project (CAMP) came later, with multi-themed murals created along the Clarion corridor.
An excellent resource on the Mission's murals is Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center on 24th -- mere footsteps from Balmy Alley. Visitors can avail themselves of guided tours, a mural map, and other information.
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|Balmy Alley Mural||Balmy Alley Mural||Balmy Alley Mural||Balmy Alley Mural|
|Balmy Alley Mural||Clarion Alley Mural||Clarion Alley Mural||Clarion Alley Mural|
|Clarion Alley Mural||Women's Building Mural||Women's Building Mural||Mural at Cesar Chavez Elementary School|
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