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Hartford, Connecticut City Skyline Panoramic Picture

Hartford, Connecticut City Skyline Panoramic Picture

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This aerial panoramic photograph of Hartford was taken by James Blakeway. It features Hartford as seen looking across the Connecticut River. The tallest building in the center of the photograph is City Place One. The next tallest structure to its left is Travelers Tower, which was completed in 1919 and was New England's tallest building for many years. The gold-domed Connecticut State Capitol is visible left of Travelers Tower. The bridge to the far right is Bulkeley Bridge, which was built in 1908. Mark Twain, the prolific American author, resided in Hartford from 1871 to 1891. During this very creative time, he wrote classics such as Life on The Mississippi and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
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Hartford, Connecticut City Skyline Wall Decor

Our Hartford skyline wall decor features the most famous and historic city of Connecticut. This city hosted many famous events in U.S. history from the 1600s-on, such as the drafting of the Constitution.

Hartford skyline panoramas feature the Connecticut River, with many historically diverse buildings. The city is home to historic institutions, like Trinity College, the home of Mark Twain, and the University of Connecticut School of Law.

The tallest building in many Hartford skyline pictures is City Place One. Travelers Tower is nearby, a neoclassical/beaux-arts building. Also, this was seventh-tallest in the world when construction completed in 1919. Hartford skyline wall art also features the Connecticut State Capitol building, and is easy to spot thanks to its gold-domed roof. Another famous landmark seen in Hartford skyline photo prints is the Bulkeley Bridge, a nine-spanned stone arch bridge. In addition, this is the largest bridge of its type in the world..

Despite the city's small size, Hartford panoramic skylines show a strong metropolitan area second in the country in economic activity. Home to America's oldest public art museum, oldest public park, and oldest newspaper, it's easy to see the historic value in Hartford skyline panoramas that continue to draw our imagination today.

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