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9 | Inner City Landmarks [ snapshots ]

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St. Ives Gate

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City Hall of Delaware

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Brunswick Building (famous for its art deco design)

You can see new 444 Collins Street building in this picture, it is the glass modern with pale grey cement tower on far left, next to the tallest tower in Delaware.

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Brunswick Building

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National Court House of New Albana

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National Court House of New Albana (from air)

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Monument (it actually calls "Monument" itself), with King George Building (far right) with Delaware Casino (actually calls it "Mantra Delaware Tower", located behind the Monument, centre - blue glass tower).

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Leighton Hotel, the famous "six-star" hotel.

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St. Marys Cathedral

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St. Nicholas Cathedral

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Delaware Cathedral.

Delaware have so many different types of landmarks, from cathedrals, to public squares, including old museums and art galleries which it was built before 1940s. The oldest landmark in Delaware, must be, Delaware Cathedral because it was built in 1604, just less than 100 years after Delaware Settlement in 1511. Tune in for next update, guys/gals!

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