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Uploaded 10-Feb-20
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Piqua Public Library

Fort Piqua is an impressive architectural structure displaying Richardson Romanesque-style architecture in downtown Piqua Ohio. In the early 2000s, the building was revitalized and today hosts the Piqua Public Library. The architectural wonders designed by Josephy W. Yost continue inside the library such as the mezzanine in this image. The marble floors, second story skylights and massive carved stone fireplace highlights its impressive heritage.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/11 @ 11 mm, 0.7s, ISO 100, No Flash

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Category:Architecture and Structures
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Keywords:Blue Skies, Clear Skies, Fort Piqua Plaza, Mezzanine, Miami County, Ohio, Piqua Ohio, Piqua Public Library, Pretty Day, Richardson Romanesque-style architecture, Skylights, Spring, Sunny, downtown Piqua, stone fireplace, stone mantel

Interior view of Fort Piqua (now the Piqua Public Library) where the mezzanine, second floor skylights and stone fireplace emphasizes its architectural charm