Architecture sights in Maine
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Camden has range of architectural gems, including former estates dating from the early 1800s, a pretty congregational church (1834), an 18th-century schoolhouse and a plethora of striking 19th-century mansions. Many of these buildings are private residences, but you can wander the tree-lined streets of Chestnut and High Streets for a glimpse back in time. The chamber of commerce distributes a free brochure listing 30 or so historic buildings you can see on a 2.5-mile walk through town.