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Balmy Alley murals

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Updated 05/05/2014

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Mission District artists have transformed the walls of their neighborhood with paintings, and Balmy Alley is one of the best-executed examples. Many murals adorn the one-block alley, with newer ones continually filling in the blank spaces. In 1971, artists began teaming with local children to create a space to promote peace in Central America, community spirit, and (later) AIDS awareness; since then dozens of artists have added their vibrant works. Be alert here: the 25th

Street end of the alley adjoins a somewhat dangerous area.

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24th St. between and parallel to Harrison and Treat Sts., alley runs south to 25th St., San Francisco, California, 94110, United States

Updated 05/05/2014

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