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The Greek Revival style of architecture was inspired by the grandeur of Ancient Greek temples. In the United States, this style of architecture flourished in the early to mid 1800s — ending around the time of the Civil War. Public buildings, governmental buildings, churches, mansions, and more were often built in this classical, imposing style. Most Greek Revival buildings have similar characteristics: a symmetrical footprint, a facade that honored the style of the Greek temple, Doric, Ionic, or Corinthian details such a prominent white columns. The Greek Revival architectural movement was followed by the Federal Style.

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