This Is The Oldest Place You Can Possibly Go In Buffalo And Its History Will Fascinate You
The City of Buffalo has a lot of history. The 716 is home to several famous figures, inventions, and buildings, and while most of the historically relevant events in Buffalo took place after the city’s incorporation in 1832, there are some things worth seeing from well before that date. This is the oldest place you can possibly go in Buffalo – and its history will fascinate you.
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Have you ever heard of the Coit House before? If you’ve had the chance to take a tour of this oldest place in Buffalo, share your experience and photos with us in the comments below!
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