Pima County Courthouse

Tuscon Arizona

in Tucson Arizona

The courthouse, in Tucson’s downtown district, was designed by Tucson architect Roy Place and built in 1929. The building has a Spanish Colonial and Moorish style, and a rather remarkable dome decorated with mosaic tiles. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  1. I just love that architecture!

  2. This could totally be a postcard picture! Makes me want to zoom down to some warm sunshine and see some gorgeous surroundings. 🙂

  3. I enjoy the way you captured the sun splashing on the building.

  4. You have such a fantastic eye for architecture. Beautiful capture.

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