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The Old Greene County Courthouse is a historic public building in Eutaw, Alabama. It was built in 1869 mostly in the Greek Revival style of architecture with a strong Italianate influence.

Although the Old Greene County Courthouse seems like a post-Civil War structure, it can be assured that it had its antebellum beginnings. The present structure is actually a replacement of an 1839 work by John V. Crossland, who placed the building right in the center of a 9 square lot that covers 20 acres in the Town Square of Eutaw. This building had the misfortune of being burned down in 1868, so replacing it became extremely necessary. The present structure was done by George M. Figh.

The Old Greene County Courthouse is a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
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