About Davidson County Courthouse (Tennessee)

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Davidson County Courthouse, also known as Metropolitan Courthouse, is an Art Deco building built during 1936-37 in Nashville, Tennessee. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

It is an eight-story steelframe building sheathed with light beige Indiana limestone and gray-green granite as trim at entrances. It was designed by Nashville architect Emmons H. Woolwine and Hirons and Dennison of New York, who won a design competition for the project. It was the first building with central air conditioning in Davidson County.

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Nashville-Davidson, Davidson County, Tennessee, United States of America

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