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Marfa Texas 1918.png
In the foreground of this photograph, four people in cowboy hats sit in the shade of a tree. Behind them is what appears to be an unpaved main street of Marfa, circa 1918, with storefronts, telephone poles, and cars of the time period. Centered in…

Marfa Texas Main Street with Unpaved Road.png
In the foreground of this photograph, four people in cowboy hats sit in the shade of a tree. Behind them is what appears to be an unpaved main street of Marfa, circa 1918, with storefronts, telephone poles, and cars of the time period. Some of the…

Playboy Marfa.jpg
Playboy Marfa was a short-lived installation commissioned by Playboy in an attempt to revive its brand. Because of its affiliation with Playboy and complaints from Marfa residents, it was quickly ruled as an illegal roadside advertisement and…

Marfa View.jpg
This image depicts the open landscape of Marfa, the large amounts of undeveloped land that surround it, and the Davis mountains in the distance.

Davis Mountains.jpg
In this image, the Davis Mountains are visible from the McDonald Observatory in Fort Davis, Texas, which is about 35 miles outside of Marfa.

Marfa Lights Historical Marker.jpg
The Marfa Lights phenomenon also draws visitors to the area and add to its over mystery and intrigue.

The plaque reads: The Marfa Lights, mysterious and unexplained lights that have been reported in the area for over one hundred years, have been…

Marfa Travel Information Center.jpg
The Marfa Travel Information Center is the viewing platform for the Marfa Lights, the mysterious and unexplained phenomenon that has been reported in the area for over 100 years.

Prada Marfa.jpg
Prada Marfa is a permanently installed sculpture by artists German artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset. It is not in nearby Marfa, Texas, but near the town of Valentine, Texas, which is about 35 miles outside of Marfa and has a population…

Marfa Lights and Lamps.jpg
This image shows an old grocery store (New Star Grocery) that has been converted into a shop. This is characteristic of many buildings in Marfa, which have been repurposed. This image also shows how the building's original sign has been maintained.

Chinati Foundation.jpg
Founded by Donald Judd, the Chinati Foundation is a contemporary art museum located on the 340-acre site of the former Camp Marfa. The museum displays large scale installations by Judd and other artists.
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