The Beachner Grain Elevator at 519 E. 20th Street will be the site of the largest mural of the Horizontes project.
The Beachner Grain Elevator at 519 E. 20th Street will be the site of the largest mural of the Horizontes project. Armando Minjarez Courtesy
The Beachner Grain Elevator at 519 E. 20th Street will be the site of the largest mural of the Horizontes project. Armando Minjarez Courtesy
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