Havres Heritage Center is the essense of the Neo-Classical style
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Timeless, enduring, permanent and strong are only four words that describe the Neo-Classical style of architecture. Following Greek and to some extent Roman architectural orders, typical elements of this form are a very prominent portico with colossal columns, quoins, symmetry, and a feeling the building is monumental along with a sense of permanency.
Havre's finest example of this style is the Heritage Center. Originally designed as a two-story structure, successful lobbying along with the arrival of several federal offices changed the building to the current three-story structure we enjoy...