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Lugares emblemáticos en Hartford

History Museum
“Are you a fan of this beloved author? His former residence is open to the public.”
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History Museum
“Completed in 1796, the Old State House is the first public building designed by Charles Bulfinch, and it has always served as a public building in one form or another. Today, it is managed by an office of the Connecticut General Assembly. The building is a mix of architectural styles, from the Federal exterior to the Victorian Representative's chamber and Colonial Revival courtroom. This National Historic Landmark has a range of exhibits such as the Joseph Steward Museum of Curiosities as well as a great number of historic rooms that showcase the history of Connecticut. There are organized tours for those who would like to learn more. The House also offers space to the farmers’ market.”
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Sitio histórico
“The Amos Bull House is a historic house at 59 South Prospect Street in Hartford, Connecticut. Built about 1788, it is one of only a few surviving 18th-century buildings in the city. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1968.[1] It presently houses the main offices of Connecticut Landmarks, a historic preservation organization.”
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