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Albuquerque, New Mexico: Sticker Wall

Begun in Feb. 2021. Currently plastered with only a few hundred stickers, but the hope is that visitors will eventually fill the outdoor building wall with their personal adhesive-backed contributions.

145 5th St. NW, Albuquerque, NM
Downtown. From Route 66/Central Ave. SW turn north at the stoplight onto 5th St. NW. The alley is a half-block north; the sticker wall is on the west side.
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Sticker Wall.

Sticker Wall

Nice collection of stickers is plastered all over one brick wall, without any particular theme. Kinda quirky, like most of Albuquerque.

[R Mogel, 10/21/2021]

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