Coit Tower is a 210-foot (64 m) tower in the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, California, offering all encompassing perspectives over the city and the narrows. The tower, in the city's Pioneer Park, was worked somewhere in the range of 1932 and 1933 utilizing Lillie Hitchcock Coit's inheritance to enhance the city of San Francisco. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 29, 2008.
The workmanship deco tower, worked of unpainted strengthened cement, was structured by modelers Arthur Brown, Jr. furthermore, Henry Howard. The inside highlights fresco wall paintings in the American Social Realism style, painted by 25 diverse on location craftsmen and their various partners, in addition to two extra sketches introduced after creation off-site.
Otherwise called the Coit Memorial Tower, it was committed to the volunteer fire fighters who had kicked the bucket in San Francisco's five noteworthy flames. In spite of the fact that a fanciful story guarantees that the tower was intended to look like a flame hose spout because of Coit's fondness with the San Francisco firemen of the day, the similarity is unintentional.
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