August 15, 2016

In and Of Historic Winchester


We happened to find this mural outside a parking garage in Winchester, Virginia. It depicts some of the city's historic buildings. Let's start at the far left and take a closer look. 


I believe the church on the left (above) is the Lutheran Church that I showed last month. It's not far from this mural.


On the left of this image is another building I have shared here, the Handley Library.


This must be George Washington's Office, from a time when he was young and not yet famous.  A plaque on the upper corner tells us who created the mural.
Monday Murals

9 comments:

  1. This style mural is becoming quite popular around here too.

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  2. That's a very nice mural. It's interesting that it depicts a bit of history as well.

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  3. Fun to see a different take of photos you have taken

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  4. Nice mural that shows the history of some of the town's buildings. Great for tourists to see.

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  5. Oh I recognise some of these as we had a quick visit to Winchester on vacation in July! nice mural!

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  6. Thanks for the history lesson. It was good to involve teens in this project. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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