Greenwood Avenue Historic District

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Greenwood Avenue Historic District
Greenwood Avenue Historic District is located in Connecticut
Greenwood Avenue Historic District
Location Roughly along Greenwood Ave., P.T. Barnum Sq., Depot Pl., and South St., Bethel, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°22′15.9″N 73°24′45.7″W / 41.371083°N 73.412694°W / 41.371083; -73.412694Coordinates: 41°22′15.9″N 73°24′45.7″W / 41.371083°N 73.412694°W / 41.371083; -73.412694
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 99001568[1]
Added to NRHP December 17, 1999

The Greenwood Avenue Historic District in Bethel, Connecticut is a historic district representing the commercial and civic center of that town. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999[1] and includes 29 contributing buildings, 5 non-contributing buildings, and the town green, P. T. Barnum Square. It includes the Bethel Public Library, a former railroad station converted into a bicycle shop, and a World War I Doughboy bronze statue sculpted by Ernest Moore Viquesney in P. T. Barnum Square.[2]

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