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Built in 1912 to 1914, the Kentucky Governor?s Mansion is a replacement to the Old Governor?s Mansion, which served as the official residence of the state official from 1798. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the building is one of the historic residences in Frankfort, Kentucky.

The Kentucky Governor?s Mansion was designed by Cincinnati, Ohio architects, Weber, Werner, and Adkins. It was built using native stone that were from local quarries. It sports Beaux-Arts style of architecture and is reminiscent of neoclassical French taste.

Also known as The People?s House, the Kentucky Governor?s Mansion functions today as a private home and a public building. It is one of the few official executive residences in the whole United States to be open for tours.
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