Columbus Circle (Syracuse, New York)

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Columbus Circle is a neighborhood and plaza in the downtown section of Syracuse, New York. Columbus Monument was designed by the Syracuse-born architect, Dwight James Baum in 1934. Columbus Circle is home to Syracuse's two cathedrals, the Episcopalian St. Paul's Cathedral and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, as well as the Onondaga County Courthouse and the John H. Mulroy Civic Center, which houses the Onondaga County Government.

Columbus Circle
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County Courthouse at Columbus Circle
LocationSyracuse, New York
Coordinates43°2′48.6″N 76°8′56.7″W / 43.046833°N 76.149083°W / 43.046833; -76.149083Coordinates: 43°2′48.6″N 76°8′56.7″W / 43.046833°N 76.149083°W / 43.046833; -76.149083
Area0.160 acres (0.00065 km2)
Established1895
Governing bodyCity of Syracuse
Columbus Circle (Syracuse, New York) is located in the United States
Columbus Circle (Syracuse, New York)
Location of Columbus Circle in the United States

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