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Bee County Courthouse, Beeville

4.6
#262 of 297 in Historic Sites in Texas
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Landmark
The Bee County Courthouse, at 105 W. Corpus Christi St. in Beeville, Texas, United States, was built in 1912. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
It was designed by architect William C. Stephenson in Beaux Arts style.
Besides the courthouse, the listing included a contributing structure and a contributing object.
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  • In college Art class, I did my project on Texas Courthouses. i do remember the Bee County courthouse as one that was spotlighted in my project.  more »
  • A nice place for a government building. The statue of Lady Liberty on the top of the building in very nice. The surrounding of the building has a serene and peaceful park like setting. The Air...  more »
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  • It's a court house. It's never good that you here lol

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