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Albany Buildings

1. Romanesque Style: An architectural style featured in many of Albany's historical buildings, characterized by thick walls, round arche...  
2. At the Market: An architectural salvage place that also houses a weekend market featuring local vendors.  
3. Alfred E. Smith Building, The: A 1920s era skyscraper at South Swan Street, named after the four-time elected governor of New York.  
4. CEC: The Cultural Education Center, located at the south end of the Empire State Plaza, houses the New York State Archiv...  
5. Egg, The: The popular nickname for the Center for the Performing Arts, an oddball structure that looks like an egg suspended ...  
6. City Hall: The seat of government for the city of Albany.  
7. New York State Education Building: The headquarters of the New York State education department, the entity responsible for the production and administ...  
8. St. Peter's: St Peter's Episcopal Church, a National Historic Landmark built in 1859 and known for its architecture.  
9. Washington Street Armory: A sports and convention arena that is home to the Albany Patroons Basketball Team.  
10. Kenmore Hotel: Now an office building, the lobby still features memorabilia from the Kenmore's stint as a popular hotel and nightc...
11. Corning Tower: The tallest building in Albany and in Upstate New York. Part of the Empire State Plaza built by Governor Rockefell...  
 
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