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The Bexar County Courthouse, San Antonio, Texas
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The Bexar County Courthouse is an historical building in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, bordering the Main Plaza. The building was designed by architect J. Riely Gordon in the Romanesque Revival style and the main material used is red sandstone. Ground was broken for Gordon's structure on August 4, 1891 and the cornerstone was laid December 17, 1892. After several delays, construction was fully completed in 1896. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
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