Nicaraguan Graffiti, As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Examples found all over this small country.
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Lavo Scratched In Pink
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Nicaraguan Graffiti As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Parque Evaristo Carazo internal link Rivas, Nicaragua
11° 26' 20.31" N, 85° 49' 41.86" W
(Photo taken 09:46:46 Friday 9 May 2014)
(Photo posted Friday 1 August 2014)
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Lavo was part of a word scratched into the pink paint of a gazebo at the church end of Parque Evaristo Carazo in Rivas, Nicaragua.


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Much Maligned Rail
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Nicaraguan Graffiti As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Parque Evaristo Carazo internal link Rivas, Nicaragua
11° 26' 20.08" N, 85° 49' 41.68" W
(Photo taken 09:46:40 Friday 9 May 2014)
(Photo posted Friday 1 August 2014)
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The top of a rail that ran around the platform of a gazebo in Parque Evaristo Carazo of Rivas, Nicaragua was defaced with many words.


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No Scan Sapos Kae Mal
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Nicaraguan Graffiti As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Parque Evaristo Carazo internal link Rivas, Nicaragua
11° 26' 20.11" N, 85° 49' 42.68" W
(Photo taken 09:46:30 Friday 9 May 2014)
(Photo posted Friday 1 August 2014)
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A saying that read approximately, "No Scan Sapos Kae Mal," was scratched into the pink painted surface of a gazebo found in Parque Evaristo Carazo, Rivas, Nicaragua.


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Te Amo Da Duty
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Nicaraguan Graffiti As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Parque Evaristo Carazo internal link Rivas, Nicaragua
11° 26' 20.73" N, 85° 49' 42.39" W
(Photo taken 09:46:00 Friday 9 May 2014)
(Photo posted Friday 1 August 2014)
© 2014 Bryan Costales
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A bracing board on the gazebo in Parque Evaristo Carazo, Rivas, Nicaragua was defaced with the words (approximately) "Te Amo Da Duty."


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A Long Sentence
(5 of 10) (2006 views)

Nicaraguan Graffiti As A Mode Of Deconstruction
Parque Evaristo Carazo internal link Rivas, Nicaragua
11° 26' 19.97" N, 85° 49' 42.03" W
(Photo taken 09:45:58 Friday 9 May 2014)
(Photo posted Friday 1 August 2014)
© 2014 Bryan Costales
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A board on the gazebo of Parque Evaristo Carazo, Rivas, Nicaragua bore the sentence (approximately) "En este mund ame solo a uno perso y toda mi lida lo voy a queve Dan."


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Modern Graffiti
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Nicaraguan Graffiti
Road back to Granada, Nicaragua
(Photo posted Saturday 14 April 2012)
(Photo taken 15:54:10 Wednesday 23 November 2011)
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Alongside the road on the way back to Granada, the bus paused by this section of wall painted in the modern style of tagging. A squid appeared to crawl over the top of building that formed from letters that read in part, "Bore...."


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Indicated By D609
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Nicaraguan Graffiti
León, Nicaragua internal link
(Photo posted Saturday 14 April 2012)
(Photo taken 08:21:02 Thursday 17 November 2011)
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A odd little label on the side of an exterior column read, "D609." To its left the wall had been carved with a history of names. Below those still visible, were others scratched out. One name was, "Alejando."


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Graffiti On Cathedral Wall
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Nicaraguan Graffiti
Bacílica Catedral de La Asunción internal link
León, Nicaragua internal link
(Photo posted Saturday 14 April 2012)
(Photo taken 15:54:10 Thursday 17 November 2011)
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This is the inside of a waist-high wall on the roof of the Bacílica Catedral de La Asunción. Over time, graffiti had been scratched and carved into its surface.


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Graffiti Out Front Of Church
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Nicaraguan Graffiti
Iglesia San Juan Bautista De Sutiaba
Church built in 1700 and currently being remodeled
León, Nicaragua
(Photo posted Saturday 14 April 2012)
(Photo taken 14:36:21 Thursday 17 November 2011)
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Small mock bell-enclosures flanked the plaza in front of the church. Those enclosures have gathered an impressive collection of graffiti of late.


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Angelic Love
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Nicaraguan Graffiti
Café Las Flores external link
Volcan Mombacho, Plaza Viejo Santo Domingo
Gallerias 800 mts. South, Granada, Nicaragua
(Photo posted Saturday 14 April 2012)
(Photo taken 11:32:26 Saturday 15 November 2011)
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Penned in a corner of the Educational Station atop the volcano was this brief tribute to "Millõn Moya Aldo Antonio". Truly well meant with a shaded heart, halo and angelic wings.


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