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Doric columns, marble floors, a domed stained-glass ceiling, a sweeping main stairway, and the faces of 24 terra cotta friars are just a few of the special architectural features you'll find at the San Buenaventura City Hall. Built in 1912 and used as a courthouse until 1972, the imposing Beaux Arts edifice is now a State Historical Landmark. Stop by for a self-guided tour, or opt for an organized tour.