Hotel Mark Twain Sign

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Built in 1905, this Renaissance Revival squarish building is a place of significance in Hannibal. It is a symbol of a time when Hannibal was a leading city of prosperity in the Midwest. Now abandoned, the building is an echo of what it once was but the decay doesn't belie the elegance. Now a fixture in Hannibal, it is also a tribute to the legendary writer who used Hannibal as a setting in his most famous tales.