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Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL

This walking/driving tour provide insight into the colorful history of Decatur, Alabama

This walking/driving tour provide insight into the colorful history of Decatur, Alabama

Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL

by McWhorter Communications, Inc.
Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL
Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL
Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL

What is it about?

This walking/driving tour provide insight into the colorful history of Decatur, Alabama. Flourishing with rich history and enchanting architecture, Albany Historic District is one of the Decatur’s two areas listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Albany Historic Walking Tour for iPad - City of Decatur, AL

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
NA
Size
22Mb
Genre
Travel Navigation
Last updated
November 2, 2014
Release date
June 12, 2012
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App Store Description

This walking/driving tour provide insight into the colorful history of Decatur, Alabama. Flourishing with rich history and enchanting architecture, Albany Historic District is one of the Decatur’s two areas listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Settled in 1887 by northern carbetbaggers, Albany reflects early 20th century trends such as Victorian, Colonial Revival, California Cottage, and Dutch Colonial styles of architecture.

The self-guided tour highlights 26 homes and buildings of significance in Albany Historic district. It provides easy-to-follow directions, maps, photos, interesting details on the architecture of the buildings as well as anecdotal stories about Albany’s early residents.