Jackson, MS Governor's Mansion

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The Mississippi Governor's Mansion located at 300 East Capitol Street in Jackson is a historic Greek Revival-style residence completed in 1842. Serving as the official residence of the governor, it's one of the oldest continuously occupied governor's residences in the U.S. The mansion's architectural features include columns and classical design elements and it's undergone renovations to preserve its historical significance while meeting modern standards. The grounds are well-maintained and may be open to the public for tours at certain times. In addition to being the governor's private residence, the mansion is a venue for official state functions, ceremonies, and meetings, contributing to its cultural and historical significance in Mississippi. (Submitted by Jimmy Olsen)

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