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Hancock County Courthouse

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Identification

Hancock County Courthouse
126388

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
limestone
neo-gothic

Usages

court house

Facts

  • The structure blends both Romanesque and French Gothic styles and looks like a castle. Classic Roman architectural themes are found in the massive walls and round arches while details in the crowning of the arches, the figures, the stained glass, and the roof are inspired by French Gothic design.
  • Exterior of Indiana limestone from Ellettsville quarry and red Ludowici roofing tiles.
  • With a 181-foot tower, the Hancock County Courthouse dominates the small town of Greenfield and can be seen for many miles.

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Location

1 American Legion Place, 1 East Main Street, 2 South State Street
Courthouse Square
46140
Greenfield
Indiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

181.00 ft
1898

Involved Companies

Wing and Mahurin

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