Digitally scanned image of an ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR (on 100% cotton & hand made paper), of La Conchita Parish & Urban Square, an XVIIIth. CENTURY COLONIAL masterpiece, of BAROQUE Architecture, located & still functional in Coyoacan, Mexico City, MEXICO; painted & actually owned by ENRIQUE CÁRDENAS-ELORDUY, a seasoned mexican Architect & Watercolorist, in 1996; measures: 23x33cms. = 9x13 # 96-102 (ready for print, on measures 18x23cms = 7x9, at 300dpi, 5mp, RGB & JPG format).
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