San Francisco Skyline from Coit Tower - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
A composite panorama taken from the top of Coit Tower showing the skyline of San Francisco and the view over San Francisco Bay. This panorama was created by taking a number of pictures out of each of the windows on the Coit Tower Viewing Platform a the top of the tower and them stitching them together to give an impression of what the skyline of San Francisco would look like if the walls of Coit Tower were not present.
San Francisco Skyline from Coit Tower - FURTHER INFORMATION
San Francisco Skyline from Coit Tower - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'San Francisco Skyline from Coit Tower' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
Coit Tower is the distinctive landmark on the top of Telegraph Hill. This 210ft tower gives a panoramic viewpoint over the city and bay area.
As the panorama scrolls around, notice the number on the lower right hand side. This tells you which direction you are looking by giving a number - 0° is due north, 180° is due south. This number shows the direction of the very center of the panorama. Here are some attractions you can see from this panorama, their number in degrees shows when they are in the center of the panorama.
- 53° - Aquarium of the Bay
- 70° - the Embarcadero
- 80° - Treasure Island
- 118° - Pier 7 - View over the Bay from the Financial District
- 110° - the Oakland Bay Bridge
- 245° - Washington Park
- 290° - Golden Gate Bridge
- 307° - Aquatic Park and 2002,Horseshoe Pier]]
- 315° - Maritime National Historical Park - Pier 45
- 321° - Sausalito - town on the headland across the bay
- 325° - Alcatraz Island (left of the ship)
- 339° - Pier 39 - Fisherman's Wharf visitor entertainments
- 345° - Angel Island - National Park
- 347° - Fisherman's Wharf - Yacht Marina
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