This lovely website notes that the town greens of Connecticut embody the Nutmeg State's "strong self sense of history and civic pride." Created by the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, this site brings together essays, photographs, and other materials that tell the story of some of the state's most well-known town greens. First-time visitors can use the Green Link area to learn more about any of the state's 172 greens. Visitors will see the profile of each green includes a narrative essay that describes the green's landscape, its history, and prominent nearby buildings and public monuments. The Exhibits area includes in-depth looks at town greens in Guilford, New Haven, Norwich, and more. The site also includes a Data Center section. Users will find detailed information on most of the town greens in the state, along with additional data resources such as planning documents.


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