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Built in the 1890s, the Basket & Rug Shop is located in the center of Old Town.
Your photos are making me appreciate Albuquerque architecture more and more. I seldom have looked at old buildings before without thinking of them as dilapidated or neglected. Probably because I was born in one. Thanks.
Thank you Izquierdo, I'd love to see a pic of your early home. I am just learning about the architecture here- what a mash up of styles and trends, each with interesting history.
Thanks Aaron- I appreciate that! D
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