We are where we piss

San Francisco's Mission Dolores Park, a grassy incline covering two city blocks, offers relatively sunny weather and sweeping views of downtown. Originally opened in 1905, Dolores Park was a gathering spot for refugees of the 1906 earthquake; after World War II, an influx of Mexican immigrants transformed the fabric of the neighborhood surrounding it, symbolized in the park by the installation of a replica of the Mexican Liberty Bell in 1966.