it was a dream come true. The people were so nice and friendly. I hope I can go back very soon. The luncheon was crowded, and I'll probably skip it next time. Hal's and
The second oldest continuously occupied governor's mansion in the country*, the Mississippi Governor's Mansion is an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture.
This museum was once the state’s capital building (from 1839-1903). Today, it's a good example of Greek revival architecture, and it is worth a visit. Within walking
4 of 5 stars
3 of 5 stars
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