Salado grew up around the springs of Salado Creek, which was used by local Native Americans for its constant flow of water and later was a stopping point for travelers through Central Texas. The community includes several exceptional examples of Greek Revival domestic architecture, a number of important Victorian-era residences, and a small Main Street commercial district.
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