Osceola County Courthouse, Kissimmee, Florida, USA

Kissimmee has the oldest courthouse in the state of Florida. From cases involving stealing chickens to those involving moonshine the third floor courtroom remains active. The courthouse was added to the Historic Register in 1977. The old courthouse is now dwarfed by a much larger, new modern courthouse. 


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Updated: 11/08/2014


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