The Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, California fills in as a notable piece of the city's horizon. The high rise holds the record for stature in the city and measures 850 feet high. Finished in 1972, the pinnacle gives an unmistakable appearance the winged pyramid structure. While guests cannot achieve the best to appreciate the view, the building offers a virtual perception deck in the anteroom where guests control the bearing and perspective of the cameras mounted on the highest point of the tower. The cameras point in the four cardinal ways permitting guests the adaptability to appreciate the view toward any path.
Asia Society and Museum
Pacific Heritage Museum of San Francisco
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