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Twin Falls County Courthouse, Twin Falls, Idaho
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Built in 1911, the four-story courthouse was the tallest building in the city at the time and the first with an elevator. The interior used a mix of classical Renaissance designs, with a grand staircase, Corinthian and Ionic columns on the second and third floors, and a three-story atrium. The exterior, constructed with yellow brick and stone columns, looks the same as when first built. The city is home to the Perrine Bridge, 486 feet above the Snake River canyon, the only man-made structure in the country that people can legally parachute off of year-round without a permit. (Cathy Valenti / CNS)
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