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Updated: 04/22/2013 11:48:08AM

Venice’s Triangle Inn — an archive to emulate

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The Triangle Inn, a historic Venice landmark, is home to the Venice archives and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Englewood government officials, activists and historians seeking guidance on how to set up the new Englewood archives toured the Venice archive April 10.

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The Triangle Inn, a historic Venice landmark, is home to the Venice archives and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Englewood government officials, activists and historians seeking guidance on how to set up the new Englewood archives toured the Venice archive April 10.

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The Triangle Inn, a historic Venice landmark, is home to the Venice archives and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Englewood government officials, activists and historians seeking guidance on how to set up the new Englewood archives toured the Venice archive April 10.

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A year before the building boom ended in 1928, a most unique building was constructed in Venice.

It was located at Nassau Street and Pensacola Road. Its design was in keeping with the Italian architectural style that was being used in Venice at the time.

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