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Richmond Centre (Virginia Electric and Power Building)
This exuberant early high-rise tower has a fine three-story base of Corinthian pilasters and seven-story shaft finished with a two-story crown entablature that has a frieze of giant Palladian windows. Originally, the top of the building
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