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Downtown Greensboro Photos 4-26-07

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I just love this fountain :)

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a triangular shaped public plaza

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This is the flatiron building

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The Flatiron Bar is also a part of the Flatiron Building

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Greensboro Historical Museum

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Lyndon Street row homes. Rowhomes, which are common in northeastern cities are very rare in downtown Greensboro. This is one of the very few examples.

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another downtown residence on Lyndon Street. This residence is very Charleston-like or looks like a beach home.

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historic building on East Market Street.

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Portions of downtown I haven't seen before. Good stuff. :thumbsup:

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Portions of downtown I haven't seen before. Good stuff. :thumbsup:

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Those look EXACTLY like what you find all over Philly...in fact I bet that's what the architect was going for

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thanks! I remember when an architectural firm use to be in the Solaris building.

South Jersey7 I wish there were more of those rowhomes in Greensboro. I know Winston has some

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yes, that rowhouse photo caught me off guard! nice work and see if you can find any more of these around g-boro!

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South Jersey7 I wish there were more of those rowhomes in Greensboro. I know Winston has some

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where exactly is this? i remember going here in elementary school, but i have no idea where this is! is it connected to the museum?

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