Historic Dallas Part 1: JFK Memorial Plaza

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This begins a series of architectural photos I'll be doing on Historic Dallas buildings, monuments, museums, etc. Our journey begins with the Historic District in Dallas, at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.


It occurred to me last week that I may not live in Rome, Greece, Egypt, or some other place full of ancient architectural examples that I can only one day hope to see in person, I do live in an area of fairly significant architectural examples that others across the globe may not otherwise get to see. The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and Mid-Cities area has many interesting architectural achievements (like the Kimbell Art Museum) that, while not ancient history, are relevant and show important progressions in architecture from the last couple of centuries.

This begins a series of architectural photos I'll be doing on Historic Dallas buildings, monuments, museums, etc. Our journey begins with the Historic District in Dallas, at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza...(more)

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