Ramona’s amazing H.E.A.R.T. murals on Main Street!
Please enjoy these photos of many H.E.A.R.T. murals that can be found in Ramona along the length of Main Street. I happened to see these particular murals during my most recent walk through town.
The Ramona H.E.A.R.T. Mural Project promotes community pride, and entices those driving through this East County town, often on the way to Julian or Anza Borrego, to stop and explore.
According to the Ramona Murals website, the letters in the acronym H.E.A.R.T. stand for Historic and Hiking; Equine; Arts, Antiques and Agriculture; Rural vistas and drives; and Tasting of fine wines. Or perhaps it simply means heart. I prefer the latter.
Photos that I already shared of one multi-panel mural concerning the historical Verlaque Pioneer Store can be found by clicking here.
There are additional murals that I didn’t see, particularly those near the west end of Main Street. You can view those and find a map of all the murals here.
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