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[Lexington] The Woodlands, located at 408 East Main Street, is a nine-story condominium building in Lexington, Kentucky. It includes a restaurant and a covered parking structure. Construction was completed in 1984. == See also == ...
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[Bamberg, South Carolina] Woodlands, or the William Gilmore Simms Estate, was the home of author William Gilmore Simms (1806-1870). It is known also as Woodlands Ruins. According to the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, it is a "significant literary landmark". Simms, who married into the family that owned it and then was gi
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[Perryville, Maryland] Woodlands is a historic home located at Perryville, Cecil County, Maryland, United States. It appears to have been constructed in two principal periods: the original {frac|2|1|2}-story section built between 1810 and 1820 of stuccoed stone and a {frac|1|1|2}-story rear kitchen wing; and two bays of stuccoed brick, with
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[Gosport, Alabama] Woodlands, also known as the Frederick Blount Plantation, is a historic plantation house in Gosport, Alabama. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 28, 1980, due to its architectural significance. ==Background== The house was built by Frederick Spaight Blount in 1840. Blount was born on
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[New Westminster] Woodlands or Woodlands School` was a hospital in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada that served as a psychiatric hospital and later as a facility for children with a developmental disorder, as well as runaways and wards of the state. Many incidents of abuse took place there. Woodlands opened in 1878 as the Provincia
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