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Historic

Having importance in, or influence on history; famous, renowned.
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The fact is, with a little creative thinking, nearly any church can claim some historic connection.
Each of 27 historic trees planted in North Asheboro Park is dedicated to a past mayor of the city.
Hop a short, free ride from the Arts District on the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley's M line for a delightful journey into Uptown, a vibrant neighborhood blending historic homes, new residences, art galleries, antique shops, exclusive hotels, boutiques, restaurants, and the new boutique, Hotel ZaZa.
When I arrived in Bam, I discovered my paper exactly described the specific structural technique used in its historic walls and buildings--a different method of construction to that used in the modern areas of the town where there was the greatest loss of life.
Many businesses are choosing to relocate or expand into renovated, historic buildings.
The current rules allow a general business credit equal to 20% of qualified rehabilitation expenses (QRE) for certified historic structures and 10% for nonhistoric, nonresidential buildings constructed before 1936.
We're excited by an innovative plan to preserve Duluth's heritage and revitalize our historic downtown," declares Duluth, Minnesota, City Council Member Yvonne Prettner Solon, and a current CED Vice Chair.
Whether taking a journey to a Civil War event in South Carolina or experiencing a Civil War getaway to Pennsylvania, Historic Hotels of America's Civil War Hot Deals section features packages closely linked to this important period in history.
The Certified Local Government program in New Hampshire promotes the preservation of historic buildings and districts, archaeological sites, structures, landscapes and objects by establishing a partnership between local governments, the NHDHR and the National Park Service.
At the festival, local officials, including Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Council Member Robert Jackson, and residents young and old, toured the lighthouse, listened to live music by Orville Davis and the Stout Trio, had their faces painted and enjoyed food, historic demonstrations, hayrides and more.

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