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Mount Soledad Presbyterian Church, La Jolla
Categories: Monuments, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Bike, admire views, or delve into history at Mount Soledad Presbyterian Church. The most famous of hill's residents was Dr. Seuss (aka children's book author Theodor Seuss Geisel), whose house is at the top. Switch gears, and pay your respects to war veterans at a Korean War memorial that resides nearby. Erected in 1913, the 8.8 m (29 ft) tall concrete cross has a controversial past and faces an uncertain future. However, the 251 m (822 ft) tall hill's many roads and light traffic primarily make it a popular cycling spot. You can opt for long and gradual climb or go for a short, steep uphill sprint. Note that cycling up the hill may be tricky on a windy day, and murky weather may obstruct the views. Put Mount Soledad Presbyterian Church at the forefront of your travel plans using our San Diego trip builder.
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Very touching monument recognizing those who have served. Very peaceful on top of the mountain and with excellent views. A nice drive through beautiful homes of La Jolla.
This is a must-see attraction. The views of La Jolla and of downtown San Diego are breathtaking. It is a completely free attraction (no charge for parking or admission).
This is a good example of how to present a memorial site. The details of each of the listed people contains a photo and details of their service achievements.. In addition to this the 360 degree view ... read more »
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