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Glazed Terra-Cotta National Historic District

SW 5th and SW 6th Aves., between SW Oak and SW Yamhill Sts., Portland, OR
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Unbelievable detail

The terra cotta detailing was added to a neighborhood built by a series of architects that thought... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2017
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Portland, Oregon
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21 Mar 2017
“Unbelievable detail”
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SW 5th and SW 6th Aves., between SW Oak and SW Yamhill Sts., Portland, OR
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Reviewed 21 March 2017

The terra cotta detailing was added to a neighborhood built by a series of architects that thought the detailing would be an artistic breakthrough. When your in the district it takes a little while to realize you are there. Definitely park the car and walk...More

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