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Country Place Inn (Zapp Building)
This red brick Romanesque Revival building with white stone trim, a corner entrance, and a second-story gallery anchors the southwest corner of the square and is one of the few high-style commercial buildings in town. German immigrant Hugo Zapp built it for his dry goods store. It currently operates as a bed-and-breakfast.
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