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Historic San Jacinto Plaza located in the heart of downtown El Paso. Renovated in 2016 but still a reminder of our rich history.

Uploaded on 06.14.2019 by Denisse Almaraz Valencia

Central / Downtown, (2010 - 2019), Cultural Heritage

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San Jacinto Plaza, El Paso, TX circa 2017

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