Greene County Courthouse, 1848, Greensboro

Greene County Courthouse Greensboro GA 1848 Antebellum Landmark Greek Revival Architecture Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2014

Considered by many to be one of Georgia’s finest examples of Greek Revival architecture, the present courthouse in Greensboro was built by Atharates Atkinson after a design by David Demarest. The upper floor was designed specifically to house the local Masonic Lodge, which it still does today.

National Register of Historic Places

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