Beautiful buildings line the late nineteenth century square and overlooks the Cahaba River. Shopping, dining, and strolling the streets are offered on the square.
The square centers around the courthouse. Built in 1902, the courthouse is the centerpiece of the town square in Centreville. The elegant building has undergone extensive renovation and preservation and is one of the busiest spots in the County. The Confederate Monument, dedicated in 1910 by the Leonard Callaway Pratt Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy stands guard in front of the courthouse along with a memorial to WWII Medal of Honor recipient Ross F. Gray.
Bibb County has a deep and enduring history reflected in the architecture of its buildings and homes. A drive through the main streets of Centerville can reveal many intriguing clues to its past.
Address: 35 Court Square E Centreville, AL 35042
Latitude: 32.946509 | Longitude: -87.135613
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