These 12 Pieces Of Architectural Brilliance In Wyoming Could WOW Anyone

When thinking of buildings in Wyoming, most people think of wooden structures that were typical of the Old West. However, the most interesting architectural style that stands out in the state of Wyoming is the influence of the Victorian Era. Out of this era came the Queen Ann, Romanesque, and shingle-style buildings. Some of the elements of Victorian architecture include a wood or stone exterior, complex shapes, decorative trim, steep roofs, and towers with pointed accent pieces. Here are 12 buildings in Wyoming that exude an interesting architectural perspective.

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What building stands out in your mind in Wyoming when you think of architectural brilliance?