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Architecture Helps Keep Harrisonburg History Alive

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Posted: February 9, 2013

The Rockingham County Courthouse, situated on Court Square in the heart of downtown Harrisonburg, was built in 1897. It was constructed by the Staunton architectural firm T.J. Collins & Son. (Photo by Aimee George / DN-R Features)
Next time you yearn for the thrill of the big city, crane your head to admire the towering skyscrapers of ... downtown Harrisonburg?

“All the buildings around Court Square, along with the county…

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