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Dunmore, PA 18512
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For some establishments, the trees and plants are simply a part of the architectural design to enhance the looks of the building, the Marywood University campus is an exception to this. It is not only popular as an reputed academic institute, but is known for its exquisite collection of trees. Designated as an arboretum, it boasts of 42 varieties of trees, several shrubs and variety of grasses too.
Located in Scranton, PA you can find this Jesuit college.
Established in 1888, the Scranton City Hall was designed by Frederick Lord Brown and Edwin L. Walter. The structure features Victorian architecture that blends in a Gothic charm. Ashlar and limestone was used in its construction. Spread over three floors, offices of the mayor, city clerk, police chief, comptroller and other executives are housed in this building.
The St. Peter's Cathedral is a historic cathedral located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Also the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Scranton, it was built in 1867 in the Romanesque style of architecture by Joel Amsden and Lewis Hancock. The cathedral features two towers, a pedimented portico, Greek style pillars and arched windows depicting various scenes from the Bible. The façade of the church is strikingly symmetric.
Lackawanna County Courthouse and John Mitchell Monument are a part of the historic courthouse building located at Scranton. Erected in 1884, it has underwent several modifications. Built with a Romanesque style of architecture, the buildings looks grand in every possible way. The spectacular details of the structure are breathtaking. Encompassing an area of 4.7 acres (1.9 hectares), the building also has a five story clock tower. The structure is eye-catching and will undoubtedly remind you of the past era.
The Lackawanna Avenue Commercial Historic District is located in Scranton and has an area of 18.5 acres (7.5 hectares). The district has many historic buildings which are predominantly made with the Late Victorian, Art Deco and Classical Revival styles of architecture. This beautiful area is designated as a National Historic District. A stroll down the lanes of this district is sure to take you back in the ancient times.
Aptly named, Steamtown National Historic Site, it tells the story of steam engines in an exiting way. Experience the glorious era of steam locomotives by taking a seasonal ride on historic trains or get a glimpse of the heritage steam railroad in the museum complex. This is a one-of-a-kind National Park Service that is committed to the history of railroad from 1850 to 1950. Spanning across 62.48 acres (25.28 hectares) of former rail yards, Steamtown features many replicas and original structures.
Formerly known as the Sno Mountain, the Montage Mountain, is a beautiful ski resort that features 26 trails and a mid mountain lodge. Above the lodge, the slopes for the beginner and intermediate skiers are present. The Montage also consists of two terrain parks, and is a great visit place for skiers. People consider this place as a great place to learn to ski and have a great time with families.
Popularly known as the monument of war and a grave site for the veterans of the Wyoming Massacre, the Wyoming Monument is a monument that was specially designed as a symbol of the American Revolution War. The place is used to remember the patrons who lost their lives and also salute them and the ones who are alive. The bones of many were re-interred below the monument. It also conducts the annual celebration of the Wyoming Commemorative Association.
Swetland Homestead is a well-maintained historic house known for its seventy-year old period rooms and the interiors which are a blend of the past and present. The structure is a classic example of the growth and changes from an agrarian society to an industrialized one.
Located across the River Street, the meetinghouse was built in 1806. The house included the Congregationalist as well as the Methodist settlers. Built by Joseph Hitchcock, the structure represents and preserves New England's heritage; Thomas H. Atherton restored the building in 1920s.
Hollenbeck Park is an 8.8 acres (3.5 hectare) park that promises hours of recreation and outdoor fun. The park features basketball courts, baseball fields, softball fields, and picnic areas. The park is dog friendly, so you can bring your furry pets along for an afternoon in the sun.