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Ashland & Guanajuato Murals: Sister City Public Art

Actualizado: jul 7



Fifty-two years ago, Ashland and Guanajuato started one of the moshttps://walkashland.com/2021/06/06/ashland-guanajuato-murals-sister-city-public-art/t iconic sisterhoods between a U.S., and a Mexican city. Both cities enjoy notorious visibility within their respective sister city abroad. In great part, this mutual, half a century knowledge, triggered the decision to strengthen the sister city agreement by portraying the streets and the landscapes of the sister city in historic buildings and/or main avenues. People attending the Festival Internacional Cervantino in Guanajuato can enjoy now a beautiful mural of Ashland. In a similar way, people attending the Oregon Shakespeare Festival can witness how the renowned streets in colonial Guanajuato look like. Museo Virtual de Ciudades Hermanas is honoured to share a fascinating article on the murals written by Peter Finkle.


https://walkashland.com/2021/06/06/ashland-guanajuato-murals-sister-city-public-art/



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