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Where In San Leandro?

A touch of Spanish tile in this week's visual tease.

San Leandro is known for its Spanish style architechture such as this roof feature.

Where can it be found? Leave a comment, email the editor, Tweet @SanLeandroPatch or visit Facebook.com/sanleandropatch.

Mike Katz-Lacabe correctly identified the spire at Washington School in last week's photo. Councilwoman and former school board member Pauline Cutter also identified the feature.

Thanks to Tim Holmes, who took the picture.

If you'd like to get crafty and creative with your camera, please submit a photograph from your travels around town for use in coming weeks?

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matt costa February 11, 2012 at 03:00 PM
The church at the corner of dutton and breed
Tom Abate February 11, 2012 at 05:44 PM
Mike Katz-Lacabe 7:25 AM (2 hours ago) Bay Area Eritrean Orthodox Church at 301 Dowling Formerly the Broadmoor Community Church Same as Where in San Leandro from May 14, 2011.
Tim Holmes February 12, 2012 at 09:09 PM
Ok, I'll try to find more obscure subjects... not an easy task.
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