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Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

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Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

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Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

rain or shine, I love this city to pieces. | 🌁♥️ #sanfrancisco

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #castiron #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Desiree Josephine Duplantier talking to King 🤴 Jesus! The cathedral, designed in 1833, by Claude Beroujon, a former seminarian turned architect, is laid out in a Roman basilica design. Construction began in 1835, but the Panic of 1837, caused a shortage of funds and delayed progress. The cathedral was consecrated for public worship in 1850, by Bishop Portier, though Beroujon’s design was not yet fully realized. The portico and towers were to come later. The classical portico, with eight massive columns of the Roman Doric order, was added in the 1870s, under the direction of Bishop John Quinlan. The two towers were completed in 1884, during the watch of Bishop Jeremiah O'Sullivan. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #catholic #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #catholicchurch #antebellumsouth #antebellum

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The Bishop Portier House is a historic residence in Mobile, Alabama, United States. It sits diagonally across from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, and faces Cathedral Square. It is owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mobile. The house, built c. 1834, is one of Mobile's best surviving examples of a Creole cottage with neoclassical Federal details. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 26, 1970 and subsequently was added to the Historic Roman Catholic Properties in Mobile Multiple Property Submission also. The house is named for Michael Portier, Mobile's first Roman Catholic bishop, who made this his home from 1834, until his death in 1859. The house was designed by Claude Beroujon, a seminarian architect and nephew of Portier. Four subsequent bishops resided here until 1906. Fr. Abram Ryan, poet-priest of the South, occupied the northwest corner room on the second floor from 1870, until 1877. The residence was restored by the archdiocese in 1958, and again in 2007. In 1970, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #greekrevivalarchitecture #alabama #mobileal #antebellummansion #travel #travelphotography #travelholic #greekrevival #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #historichome #antebellumsouth #antebellum

Who needs AB we got DP!!!!! 👍👍👍👍👍👍 I said it yesterday AB is not worth trading draft picks for. Like I said and I'm gonna keep saying it I DONT HATE AB I think he's a Hall of Fame type player. I would want AB on this team only if he's a free agent. But to trade our draft picks for him which is minimal is not smart. AB will not solve all of the 49ers problems. We're going to need all the draft picks we need to fix our roster. Now Dante Pettis is young and I believe if he's healthy he's going to have a breakout year. #sanfrancisco #49ers #sanfrancisco49ers #sfniners #sf49ers #49ersfaithful #49ersempire #49ersnation #niner #niners #ninerfaithful #ninernation #ninerempire #ninergang #ninerfam #mcniner #questforsix #goldblooded #brickbybrick #bangbangninergang #faithfulthenfaithfulnow #empireyear #n4l #citybythebay #thebay #thebayarea #bayarea #yayarea #cali #california

Can Can🥫@cntzl.m2 getting into edit mix . . . #westcoast #sanfrancisco #citybythebay

The 'Cupid's Span' sculpture at The Embarcadero, San Francisco, California. The Cupid's Span is an outdoor sculpture created by married artists Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen installed at The Embarcadero near the Bay Bridge. The 60-foot (18 meters) sculpture was commissioned by GAP founders Donald and Doris F. Fisher. #cupidspan #cupidsspan #embarcadero #theembarcadero #eros #sanfrancisco #claesoldenburg #coosjevanbruggen #gap #donaldfisher #dorisfisher #sculpture #art #bayarea #baybridge #80 #ferry #pier14 #portofsanfrancisco #rinconpark #love #sensual #passion #california #citybythebay #winter #outdoor #travel #photography #waterfront

Dreaming of golden hour at the Golden Gate. 💭 📸: @loic.lagarde

Being above the weather certainly beats being under the weather. See what I did there?☺️ Got a nice, iconically foggy view of SF on approach with a disproportionately large cargo ship passing under the Bay Bridge.🚢Looked like a toy or one of those plastic Battleship game pieces.😄 Appreciate a smooth landing🛬, great @southwestair crew, and all sorts of precipitation these last ten days of travel.❄️🌬⛄️☔️💦

Cuteness overload ❤️ #littlemisssunshine #tb #travels

Our grantee has a fantastic program called 'Door to Door' that helps seniors maintain independence after they can no longer drive. They sent us some great thoughts from the volunteers in this program sharing how they feel they are lucky to have the opportunity to help these important members of our community: . "I have been driving for Avenidas one afternoon a week over three years. Being able to help the young and the old has been part of my adult life since coming to Palo Alto 37 years ago. Driving has given me the chance to meet some fascinating people with extraordinary stories to tell. For that I am grateful." - Larry Cuban

Just Sold in Nevada! Stunning Hillside Property with Sweeping Panoramic Views Sold for: $3,333,350 1504 View Field Court, Henderson, NV 89012

nothing like a little heli-jaunt to pump the creative juices. #sunset #flying #haiti #portauprince #citybythebay #greencity #pilotseye #fly #lovetofly #helicopter

“Pristine, beautiful, like a rich man’s fairy tale paradise...” Which city in the Bay Area is Underbelly referring to? Catch the answer and what else he has to say in our SF documentary. Link in bio! . . . #sanfrancisco #goldengate #california #bayarea #sfbay #sanfrancisco #sanfranciscocity #visitcalifornia #onlyinsf #nowrongwaysf#sf_insta #igerssf #alwayssf #sanfranciscoworld #streetsofsf #howsfseessf #ilovesf #citybythebay #sfpulse #sfguide #sinfrancisco #sfgate #californialove #haightashbury #westcoast #norcal #ggbridge #goldengatebridge #bestofbayarea #mysanfrancisco

Did you know that all of our tours are guided by locals? Our energetic local guides will make your tour a true authentic San Francisco experience. We promise. Learn more about what type of tours we offer, link in bio! ✌️ #dylanstours

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Chinatown • San Francisco, United States • • • • • • #chinatown #sanfransisco #citybythebay #urbanphotography #lights #bayarea #bestcityshot #citylights

One for Beck as they prepare to leave the city, good luck on yr SoCal adventures 💖🙏💚 Big news coming in the next couple of days! HINT: In every generation, there is a chosen one...🙉🙈🙊🦇 . . . . . #cablecar #sfcablecar #sanfrancisco #sanfranciscotattoo #sftattooartist #sftattoo #bayareatattoo #ileftmyheartinsanfrancisco #sanfran #frisco #friscodisco #citybythebay #thecity #tailsofthecity #castrosf #sandiego #sandiegotattoo #streetcar #jesskoala #jesskoalatattoo #castro #thecastro #castrotattoo #ssoo #qttr #ttt #tttism #neontattoo

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

Fort Charlotte, Mobile (French: Fort Condé de la Mobille and Spanish: Fuerte Carlota de Mobila) is a partially-reconstructed 18th-century fort in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27-Mile Bluff up river (27 miles [43 km] from the mouth).[1] After the Mobile River flooded and damaged the fort, Mobile was relocated in 1711 to the current site. A temporary wooden stockade fort was constructed, also named Fort Louis after the old fort up river. In 1723, construction of a new brick fort with a stone foundation began, renamed later as Fort Condé in honor of Louis Henri de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon and prince de Condé. Fort Condé guarded Mobile and its citizens for almost 100 years, from 1723-1820. The fort had been built by the French to defend against British or Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay as a port to the Gulf of Mexico, on the easternmost part of the French Louisiana colony. #thisismobile #visitmobile #timeoutmobile #mysecretmobile #citybythebay #mobilereviewed #mobilealabamaphotographer #creole #alabamathebeautiful #alabama #mobileal #frenchcolonial #frenchcolonialarchitecture #travelphotography #travelholic #travelogue #traveltales #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #instatravel #lgbttravel #traveltheworld #mobilealabama #creolemobile #antebellumsouth #antebellum #fortcondé #fort #condé

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