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The courtyard at La Escuela de Bellas Artes (School of Fine Arts). A former convent built in 1765, it exerts its own gravitational pull, drawing passersby into its classic Spanish-colonial courtyard. Along two levels of covered porches supported by a rhythm of arches are classrooms and studios for visiting students and resident-artist instructors.

Photographer Simon Watson's Note: There's a nice little café here that reminds me of ones I've been to in Seville, Spain. Actually, the whole town reminds me of Seville. From the article Mexico Magico

Mexico Magico

The courtyard at La Escuela de Bellas Artes (School of Fine Arts). A former convent built in 1765, it exerts its own gravitational pull, drawing passersby into its classic Spanish-colonial courtyard. Along two levels of covered porches supported by a rhythm of arches are classrooms and studios for visiting students and resident-artist instructors.

Photographer Simon Watson's Note: There's a nice little café here that reminds me of ones I've been to in Seville, Spain. Actually, the whole town reminds me of Seville. From the article Mexico Magico

Mexico Magico

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