South are the Federal postoffice and the public library.
Every port of importance on both sides of the Persian Gulf has an Indian postoffice transacting all classes of business.
Two blocks to the north (on Washington Street) is the postoffice, a fine granite Romanesque building.
Besides the old ducal palace, laid in ruins by the French in 1794, but restored in 1846, the secular buildings comprise the government offices, the postoffice in Italian style, the town hall on the market square, the law courts, the municipal music hall, the municipal theatre, the assembly hall of the Rhenish provincial diet, an Italian Renaissance edifice erected in 1879, the academy of art (1881; in pure Renaissance), the industrial art museum (1896), the historical museum, and the industrial art school.
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