The Spanish Colonial Revival style of this buff brick building complex was sweeping the state in the 1920s, replacing a native heritage based on the Texas missions with a style originating in California. The large auditorium reveals Lombard influence in its loggia of five tall arched openings topped by a false gallery of arches on colonettes and a gabled parapet. The picturesque city hall on the left of the auditorium has a corner bay that rises to an octagonal tower capped with a polychrome tiled dome.
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Mexia City Hall
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