1771 Courthouse - Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

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Built in 1771 to house the James City County Court and the Hustings Court of the City of Williamsburg, this building served as the center of the local administrative and judicial authority for more than a century and a half. The exterior was restored in 1932, and the interior fittings were reconstructed in 1991 to portray court justice in the late colonial era.

The court house is in the center of the synth with full 3D point cloud. The building across the street with the wood barricade fence is the Magazine (armory) and the white building to the right (while facing the court) is Chownings Tavern. The amazing shade tree behind the court house is a Southern Oak.

If you see two children, one in a white and blue dress with a straw hat, those are my daugthers!

Can you find the Golden Retriever and Beagle under the shade tree?
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Date Created 9/22/2008
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lostinthetriangle Over 1 year ago
Nice point cloud, also I like the stocks, we have the same thing in St.George's Bermuda
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