The Hopkins County Courthouse is located in Sulphur Springs, Texas, United States. Built in 1892, it is considered one of the best-preserved courthouses in Texas. Featuring Romanesque Revival style architecture, the courthouse features detailed masonry entrance arches with marble sculptures of Lady Justice and Lady Liberty, carved wood displays inspired by the Renaissance style, and an impressively high clock tower topped with a copper dome. The courthouse also has a well-maintained grassy lawn area surrounding it, allowing visitors to appreciate the architecture in a tranquil environment. Inside, visitors can explore the restored State District Courtroom and the "Hall of Fame" which honors notable local figure. Visiting the Hopkins County Courthouse is an occasion to admire its impressive architecture while learning about the past of Sulphur Springs.
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