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Florida State Seminoles Westcott Watercolor


FSU's Westcott Building was constructed in 1910 when Florida State was a women's college and is the oldest site of continuous higher education in Florida. The Westcott Building serves as the architectural centerpiece of Florida State University. Westcott has endured (it was heavily damaged by fire in 1969) as an iconic symbol of FSU, welcoming decades of visitors and students from its inspiring location at the apex of College Avenue and Copeland Street. Westcott is the primary focal point in this beautiful watercolor shot from College Avenue. It shows the distinctive Westcott Building against a clear blue sky.

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