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Built in the mid-1970s, this Spanish-style arts village hosts a variety of boutiques, galleries, and specialty shops, as well as five restaurants. The vision of Abe Miller, Tlaquepaque (pronounced TLA-keh-PAH-keh) was designed in the tradition of Mexican artisans and builders, incorporating plazas, fountains and verandas, ironwork, hand-painted tiles, and plenty of shady spaces beneath a thick canopy of cottonwood and sycamore trees. The village, named after a suburb of Guadalajara, Mexico, features western, traditional, and contemporary art and sculpture, including works in bronze, clay, paper, wood, and stone as well as Southwest photography; also look for decorative rugs, handmade Andean arts and crafts, clothing, paintings, quilts, decorative glass and jewelry, bath products, candles, seasonal decor, and pottery.

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336 AZ 179
Sedona AZ
Daily except for Christmas Day and Thanksgiving


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