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Tour Milwaukee Historic Homes

By August 25, 2013

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Throughout the late 1800s and beyond, Milwaukee was a thriving industrial city. Many neighborhoods accordingly still bear the stamp of our city's blue-collar roots, but likewise in many pockets of Milwaukee you can also still find evidence of the opulence enjoyed by the wealthy families of that era. Get a fun lesson in architecture accompanied by a dose of Milwaukee history by touring any of these beautiful Historic Milwaukee Mansions.

Image courtesy Visit Milwaukee.

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