Monday, January 3, 2011

Old Post Office and Courthouse

This renaissance revival building dates from 1916. In 1973, the building's function changed from being a combined post office and federal courthouse to an expanded U.S. District Court office for the Augusta Division of the Southern District. The exterior walls are made of Georgia marble and the windows on each of the three floors are different. Unfortunately, the building is not open to the public and I'm not interested in any alternative ways to get inside.


  1. Beautiful details at this beautiful place!

  2. Beautiful building. We have a very nice courthouse/post office in Columbus.


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