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Historical downtown Rochester walking tour planned Friday

Rochester Business Journal
June 26, 2014

The final installment of a historical downtown Rochester walking tour is Friday.

The Architecture for Lunch tours—20-minute presentations during the lunch hour—are guided by Cynthia Howk, architectural research coordinator at the Landmark Society of Western New York.

Starting at the Eastman Theatre and Eastman School of Music at 12:10 p.m., the tour will wind through Grove Place in the East End. The tour will focus on the last Victorian residential district in the city center, looking at 19th-century architecture, public art, gardens and 20th-century buildings.

The tour fits into a weekday lunch break and is free and open to the public.

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