Birmingham, Alabama

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A.D. King House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
A.G. Gaston Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Age-Herald Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Agee House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Alabama Penny Savings Bank (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Alabama Theatre (Jefferson County, Alabama)
A movie palace, built in 1927, by the Paramount Pictures.
Anderson Place Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Arlington (Jefferson County, Alabama)
A former plantation house and 6 acres (24,000 m2) of landscaped gardens near downtown Birmingham, Alabama.
Arlington Park (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Automotive Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Avalon (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Avondale Park Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Bank of Ensley (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Belview Heights Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Bernice L. Wright Lustron House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Birmingham Civil Rights Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Birmingham--Southern College (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Blessed Sacrament Academy (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Bottega Favorita (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Bradshaw House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Caldwell-Milner Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Carver Theater (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Center Street Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Champion Theater (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Chestnut Hill Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Cinema Blue Theater (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Claridge Manor Apartments (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Continental Gin Company (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Country Club Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Crittenden Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Downtown Birmingham Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Dr. A. M. Brown House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Dr. Pepper Syrup Plant (Jefferson County, Alabama)
East End Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Empire Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Enslen House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Episcopal Church of the Advent (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Was established in 1872, one year after the founding of the city of Birmingham, and was one of the first churches built in the new city.
Exclusive Furniture Shop (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 10 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 11 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 12 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 15 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 16 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 19 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 22 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 3 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fire Station No. 6 (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First Baptist Church, East Thomas (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First Baptist Church, Kingston (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First Christian Church Education Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First Ebenezer Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First National-John A. Hand Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First Presbyterian Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
First United Methodist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Five Points South Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Forest Park (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fourth Avenue Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Fox Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Glen Iris Park Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Graymont School (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Hanover Court Apartments (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Hanover Place Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Heaviest Corner on Earth (Jefferson County, Alabama)
A promotional name given to the corner of 20th Street and 1st Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama.
Highland Avenue Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Highland Plaza Apartments (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Hotel Redmont (Jefferson County, Alabama)
The oldest hotel in Birmingham still in use.
Howard College Estates Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Ideal Department Store Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Jefferson County Courthouse (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Joseph Loveman & Loeb Department Store (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Joseph Riley Smith Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Lakeview School (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Lakewood Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Lustron House on Columbiana Road (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Manchester Terrace (Jefferson County, Alabama)
McAdory Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Milner Heights Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Morris Avenue Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Morrow and Sinnige Nabers Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Mount Ararat Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
New Pilgrim Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
New Rising Star Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Norwood Boulevard Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Oak Hill Cemetery (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Birmingham, Alabama's oldest cemetery.
Orlando Apartments (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Peace Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Phelan Park Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Powell School (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Pratt City Carline Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Pratt School (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Quinlan Castle (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Ramsay-McCormack Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Red Mountain Suburbs Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Rhodes Park (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Rickwood Field (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Ridgely Apartments (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Roebuck Springs Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
S. H. Kress and Company Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
A parish church of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.
Sardis Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Second Presbyterian Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Shady Grove Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Sixteenth Street Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Sloss Blast Furnace Site (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Slossfield Community Center (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Smithfield Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
South East Lake Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Southside Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
St. Luke AME Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
St. Luke AME Zion Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
St. Paul's Catholic Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Steiner Bank Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Stonecroft (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Thomas Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
U.S. Post Office (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Beaux-Arts-style building was constructed in 1921.
Vulcan (Jefferson County, Alabama)
The largest cast iron statue in the world, and is the city symbol of Birmingham, Alabama.
Waters Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Watts Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
West End Hills Missionary Baptist Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
West End Masonic Temple (Jefferson County, Alabama)
West Park (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Whilldin Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
William Reed House (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Wimberly-Thomas Warehouse (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Windham Construction Office Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Woodlawn City Hall (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Woodlawn Comercial Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Woodlawn Highlands Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Woodlawn Historic District (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Woodward Building (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Wylam Fire Station (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Zinszer's Peter, Mammoth Furniture House (Jefferson County, Alabama)