Barrio Viejo serves as one of the largest concentrations of adobe buildings in the U.S.
Established in the 1800s, Barrio Viejo is one of Tucson’s oldest neighborhoods and through its
style and culture it takes Tucson back to its roots.
Known for its
row style homes, like those seen in
, some of the structures in this historic neighborhood have been standing for more than 100 years.
While the adobe is wearing, and the buildings' ages are no secret, many argue that the historic look is part of what makes the barrio such an important piece of Tucson history.
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