: This image shows the front and side facades of the Miami County Courthouse. This Beaux-Arts structure was built during a time in which counties often competed to create the most beautiful and architecturally distinct building for their courthouses. The building served as self-affirmation and was often the focal point of the county seat. The Miami County Courthouse has a colonnade of Corinthian columns, a cast-iron dome, and six copper statues on its roof. View on Ohio Memory.
: AV101_B01F05_329 Subjects
: Courthouses--Ohio; National Register of Historic Places; pediments; columns (architectural elements); colonnades; clock towers; arches ; Beaux-Arts Places
: Troy (Ohio); Miami County (Ohio); 215 W. Main St.