Sumter County Courthouse Square
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Sumter County Courthouse Square

The present courthouse, which is actually the third courthouse, was erected on July 9,1902. This Beaux Arts Style courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The square also features the confederate monument, which was unveiled as the tribute to the confederate soldiers on June 17, 1909, and the "Bored Well" whose water gained wide popularity in the 19th century for its medicinal properties.
115 Franklin Street Livingston, AL 35470
205 652-7281
24 hours
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24 hours

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  • 115 Franklin Street
  • Livingston, AL 35470
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