This is one of the earliest buildings in Roma, with its major facade oriented to the river cliffs. The flat-roofed, rectangular house is highlighted by pairs of surviving solid wood casement windows, and plastered remnants along its window surrounds painted in cobalt blue, a color traditional in northern Mexico.
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Filomeno Góngora House
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