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The previous Fountain of Santo Domingo Marker
Photographer: J. Makali Bruton
Taken: October 3, 2016
Caption: The previous Fountain of Santo Domingo Marker
Additional Description: This marker was replaced in 2018 by the newer marker. It read:

Fuente de Santo Domingo
Vecina del templo y convento de la Orden de Predicadores, esta caja de agua, ubicada en la esquina que conforman las calles del Diezmo y Estampa de Santo Domingo, formaba parte del sistema de distribución de agua clara construido a mediados del siglo XVIII.

Fountain of Santo Domingo
Standing near the temple and convent of the Orden of Predicadores, this water box, situated on the corner of the streets Diezmo and Estampa de Santo Domingo, it formed part of the clear water distribution system built around the middle of the 18th century.

The street names used in the marker text are the original names. The names have been replaced in modern history and are now Calles Pino Suárez and Melchor Ocampo.
Submitted: October 4, 2016, by J. Makali Bruton of Querétaro, Mexico.
Database Locator Identification Number: p364845
File Size: 2.140 Megabytes

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