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March 16, 2012


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As a fellow Ohioan, we need to remember to stop at the Sandusky Library on our next drive through the City. I love old architecture, especially when I can pretend to be a knight and win the hand of my wife in a mid-evil castle like setting. I promise not to disturb the library patrons though if you can calm the dragon.

Dominique King

The place certainly puts me in mind of a castle, too! Sounds like the perfect setting for your knight-and-fair-maid fantasy. I love how they managed to preserve the original library building, as well as the ornate jail building as well.

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