Can You Name This Famous Monmouth County Building?
Today, we are going to focus on and quiz you about one of my favorite buildings in all of Monmouth County
We'll give you some clues about this very well known and very old building and let's see just how many people can figure it out. If you live in Monmouth County I am certain you have driven by it 100 times.
Here are some historical clues...
The purchase price of the land this building was built on may have helped decide the county seat.
The Declaration of Independence was read in this building several days after it was adopted in Philadelphia.
The building still has a court room in it for a very unique reason.
It is amazing how much history happened where we live and many of us don't even realize it. So, do you think you know the building we're talking about. We think you do. But just in case, we'll publish the official answer tomorrow.
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