Built in 1923-24 in the New Federal style, Lebanon’s City Hall displays symmetry, proportions, a cupola and ornamentation characteristic of the Federal style, popular about 100 years before it was built.
The architect was Jens Frederic Larson of Larson & Wells. One of the dominant buildings in the city center, the city hall remains virtually intact.
The Lebanon Opera House, on the second floor, hosts local and national performing artists.
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