Mount Olympus (San Francisco)
|Type||Open space park|
|Location||San Francisco, California|
|Area||1,000 sq yd (840 m2)|
|Elevation||553 feet (169 m)|
|Operated by||San Francisco Recreation & Parks|
Mount Olympus is a hill located on Upper Terrace in the Ashbury Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. It was once considered to mark the geographical center of the city, and was topped off by a statue given by Adolph Sutro. Currently only the statue's pedestal remains, and the view from the top is obstructed by trees and condominiums.
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- "Mount Olympus". San Francisco Recreation & Parks. Retrieved 2014-03-04.
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- Saperstein, Susan. "Sutro’s Triumph of Light Statue". SF City Guides. Retrieved 2014-03-04.
- "Ascending Mt. Olympus". johnnycomelately.
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