My New Outside Blog: Interesting Architecture in Texas -- From Your Tomball Realtor

Interesting Architecture in Texas -- From Your Tomball Realtor

These are some of my favorite pictures taken this weekend in Luling and San Antonio.

Interesting Architecture

Luling was pretty deserted yesterday, so I was able to get pictures without cars in front of the buildings.  I like the contrast of the white and aggie maroon on this building, as well as the nice arches and pediments.

Luling Building

I guess this in reference to the Watermelon festival that is held in Luling every year.

San Antonio building

Saturday I went to San Antonio and walked from a public parking spot to the Alamo and the River Walk, and saw this nice building. 

San Antonio building

Another older building in San Antonio.  I think it is City Hall.  The detail on the side is really nice.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsLiz Flint • April 01 2013 08:46AM

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Liz, you have some wonderful architecture in the great state of Texas! That justice center in San Antonio looks like it will last forever! Beautiful arch!

Posted by Maria Morton, Kansas City Real Estate 816-560-3758 (Platinum Realty) over 7 years ago

Liz, Thanks for the beautiful photos of some great buildings. I love the history of historical buildings and the photos really bring that out.

Posted by Don Eichler (Eichler Properties) over 7 years ago

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