Delaware Courthouses

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Old Kent County Courthouse

Photos of the old Kent County Courthouse in Dover, Delaware. Built in 1874, the Dover courthouse was remodeled and reduced in size in 1918. The Colonial Revival structure is connected to the new county courthouse, which was built in 2011. The old Kent County Courthouse courthouse is part of the Dover Green Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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New Castle County Courthouse

Photos of the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware. The Wilmington courthouse was designed by Buck Simpers Architect + Associates. The New Castle County Courthouse was completed in 2002.
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Sussex County Courthouse

Photos of the Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown, Delaware. The Georgetown courthouse was designed by William Strickland. The brick Sussex County Courthouse opened in 1839 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Old Sussex County Courthouse

Photos of the old Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown, Delaware. Built in 1791, the building served as the Sussex County Courthouse until 1837, when it was sold and moved to its present location to make way for the county's current courthouse. Renovated in 1974-76 and rededicated in 1976, the Georgetown courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.