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With more than two hundred century-old commercial and residential buildings, Columbus presents an almost perfect portrait of the late 19th century. Downtown, the Farmers and Merchants Union Bank, built in 1919, is a remarkable example of renowned architect Louis Sullivan’s style; an elaborate terra cotta façade accented with stained glass windows. The Colonial Carriage Works Showroom on Dickason Blvd. displays an amazing collection of restored horse drawn sleighs and carriages. Nearby, the Columbus Antique Mall is Wisconsin’s largest.

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