The Santa Barbara County Courthouse: Examples of Spanish Architecture

The Santa Barbara County Courthouse: Examples of Spanish Architecture

The Santa Barbara County Courthouse -- a blend of Mission and Spanish Colonial style -- was completed in 1929 when it replaced a smaller Greek Revival style courthouse. Spanish style is known for its limited ornamentation and few intricate details that are popular among other styles. The courthouse adheres to this principal, as the only real decoration is the simple and practical clock.

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