It was very inspiring to see the man of freedom , Mohandas K. Gandhi’s statue at the San Francisco Ferry Building in the Embarcadero area. It’s a 6-foot-tall, 950-pound bronze statue. The location is a bit south from the Ferry Building. The sculpture is kind of in the middle of a parking/loading area, but it's a cool statue with views of the Bay Bridge. The middle of an almost backland area of the ferry building which serves as a parking lot and opposite the entrance to the ferries. It is surrounded with a few chairs occupied intermittently by desultory passengers awaiting the ferry or eating.
I wasn't expecting it. It seemed so apt, because San Francisco stands for Freedom and forward thinking and there is no better symbol of that in the modern world like Mohandas Gandhi. The sculpture was a gift from the Gandhi Memorial International Foundation.