Jefferson County Courthouse, Port Townsend

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The Jefferson County Courthouse in Port Townsend, Washington was built in 1892. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It was designed by architect W.A. Ritchie and is Romanesque Revival in style.
It has a 143 feet (44 m) tall tower.
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  • Loved the haunted history of this place, lots of artifacts and relics of the past. Way cool, would recommend. 
    Loved the haunted history of this place, lots of artifacts and relics of the past. Way cool, would recommend.  more »
  • An amazing red brick building, constructed during the Victorian building boom in Port Townsend, the courthouse is visible from the bay, and nearly anywhere in the area with a clear view of Port... 
    An amazing red brick building, constructed during the Victorian building boom in Port Townsend, the courthouse is visible from the bay, and nearly anywhere in the area with a clear view of Port...  more »
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  • We didn’t expect to see such a beautiful building on the way back home.
  • Such a beautiful building with a great view

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