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English: Healy Building is the most prominent structure on the University campus and a picturesque landmark for all Georgetown. Its construction marked the evolution of the school toward true University status. It was designed by the architects Smithmeyer and Pelz, who also designed the Library of Congress.
  • Survey number: HABS DC-248
  • Building/structure dates: 1877 Initial Construction
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Healy Hall 
National Historic Landmark and flagship building of Georgetown University
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Instance of high-rise building,
academic building
Named after
LocationGeorgetown University, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
Architectural style
Has part
Heritage designation
  • 1877
Significant event
  • 200 ft
38° 54′ 26.21″ N, 77° 04′ 21.79″ W
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Healy Hall (es); Healy Hall (pt); Healy Hall (en); 希利堂 (zh); Healy Hall (nl) National Historic Landmark and flagship building of Georgetown University (en); gratte-ciel américain (fr); גורד שחקים בארצות הברית (he); wolkenkrabber in de Verenigde Staten (nl)


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