[Solved] Where is the oldest continuously used public building in the U.S.?


Question: “Where is the oldest continuously used public building in the U.S.?

New Mexico – The location of the oldest continuously occupied public building may surprise you: New Mexico. Santa Fe’s Palace of the Governors was built when New Mexico was still a Spanish territory for Pedro de Peralta, who founded the settlement of what would become Santa Fe and became governor of New Mexico in 1609. After New Mexico was annexed by the United States in 1846, it became the seat of the territorial government until a new capitol building was built in 1885. The Palace of Governors was still used for government housing offices but fell into disrepair. In 1909, the government decided to restore the building as the Museum of New Mexico; by 1960 it was declared a National Historic Landmark. :


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