Friday, July 26, 2013

Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh)

In the heart of Sedona, Arizona is a quaint village called Tlaquepaque. 


There were fountains around every corner.
 I came across this stately metal church door within the complex although I was not able to go into the church.


   This lovely sculpture of an indian (not sure if this was Hopi or Navajo) on his horse and the unique landscape of Sedona was found in the middle of the village close to the largest fountain.


Linking to Oh, the Places I've been the Tablescaper.

10 comments:

Noel Morata said...

I love seeing all those little details, would love to visit this place someday, thanks for sharing

Anne said...

Looks an amazing place Ruth.

Ginny said...

This is wonderful! I would love to go there for a weekend! It also looks so peaceful. I love that door and the ironwork window.

Jennie said...

I remember that beautiful fountain from when we visited -- lovely!

NanaDiana said...

Gorgeous. I have friends that love Sedona- xo Diana

Andrea said...

Ruth, what simply delicious pictures!! Thank you for sharing a bit of Sedona with us! I enjoyed the visit immensely!

Love~ Andrea
XOXOXO

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

What a lovely place. The fountains are amazing.

Marisol@TravelingSolemates said...

What a charming village. I love the fountain and all the colors and the sculpture. Looks like a lovely place to walk around. I haven't been to Sedona. Hope to get there sometime soon.

Jesh St Germain said...

I'll remember these pics when I will finally make it to Sedona to paint:)
Thanks for visiting me earlier.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

I'm doing a lot of catching up!! I LOVE water fountains!!

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