Osceola County courthouse
The former Osceola County courthouse is located in Kissimmee, Florida. It was built between 1889-1990 in the Romanesque Revival architectural style and designed by F.C. Johnson. The Romanesque architectural elements for the courthouse include the tower that is above the entrance, the round arches that are on the portico- which is also above the doors, and the segmental arches above the windows. Even though, the county built a new courthouse in 2003, the third floor of the historic courthouse still functions as a courtroom. It is on the National Register of Historic Places (NRIS #77000406).
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