Best Viewed Large
I spent the day in St. Paul, Minnesota today – primarily at the Landmark Center. This beautiful former Federal building was built between 1892 and 1902 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style designed by Willoughby J. Edbrooke. It originally was built and used to house Federal Courts and a Post Office for the Upper Midwest. The Federal government moved out in 1967, and the building was saved from demolition by some dedicated citizens of St. Paul, restored and reopened to the public in1978.
The main floor ‘Grand Hall’ is a stunning open space bordered with columns, open space to the 5th floor, and topped with a sky light. This is a shot of the uppermost level of columns and the sky light.
Featured Art: The Group – Gallery of Art & Photography
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