RESOURCE GUIDE #6

Greek Revival Architecture

The Old Governor's Mansion is an example of Greek Revival Architecture. You should have seen the following architectural features on your tour. Complete the crossword by choosing the architectural feature that best completes each sentence.

  1. Down - The _________ is the part of the kitchen where the Governor's meals were cooked.
  2. Down - The _________ is the round room located in the middle of the Mansion.
  3. Across - The _________ is the circular flower located in the middle of the ceiling.
  4. Down - The _________ in the Saloon were made from Italian Marble.
  5. Across - The _________ are the tall posts that hold up the front porch roof.
Architectural Features
  • Mantels
  • Hearth
  • Columns
  • Rotunda
  • Ceiling Medallion

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If you have any questions or comments about the Mansion,
please contact Jim Turner either by phone or e-mail-

(478) 445-4545 / jim.turner@gcsu.edu

or by mail -

The Old Governor's Mansion
120 South Clarke Street
Milledgeville, GA 31061



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