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Conservation Building (State Game and Fish Building)
In contrast to most of the buildings within the fairgrounds, this structure presents a 1920s version of a small mid-fifteenth century Italian Renaissance building. A three-arched loggia projects toward the street, and to each side are high double-arched windows with metal balconies. Do not miss the pair of wonderful sculptured swans poised on the corners of the roof.
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