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Mendocino City California


Most buildings of interest in Mendocino are either on Main Street, or Lansing Street (the old coast highway). Strict regulation of new building and architectural controls has preserved the nineteenth century charm of the town, with its redwood water towers and many vacant lots. One can see the whole town on foot in half an hour.



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Temple Kwan Tai in Mendocino

(November 13, 2007)


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Opposite Pattersons Pub on Lansing Street, formerly Highway 1 through town

(November 13, 2007)


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The Masonic Hall, topped with the solid redwood sculpture of "Father Time and the Maiden"

(November 13, 2007)


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