The Lively Building

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Once the location of a rough and tumble place called “The Leon Bar” (1892-1904). Several murders took place there, and some locals claim to see ghostly cowboy entities hanging about the corner at night.

Note that there is a “Lively House” also in Tallahassee that sometimes gets confused with this location. The two are completely different.

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Geographic Information

S Monroe St & E College Ave
Tallahassee, FL 32301
United States

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30.440733, -84.28065029999999
Leon County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Tallahassee, FL (0.2 mi.)
Woodville, FL (9.0 mi.)
Midway, FL (11.0 mi.)
Havana, FL (15.0 mi.)
Lloyd, FL (15.6 mi.)
Wacissa, FL (18.4 mi.)
Crawfordville, FL (19.1 mi.)
Waukeenah, FL (19.6 mi.)
Saint Marks, FL (19.8 mi.)
Calvary, GA (20.2 mi.)


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