Wisconsin’s most famous example is the Pabst mansion in Milwaukee. The ornate character of this style has roots all the way back to the 1500s in the Netherlands. The distinguishing features include steep pitched roofs that terminate behind ornate stepped gables and strong vertical lines. The Pabst mansion is an excellent example of Flemish architecture. Milwaukee City Hall is another famous Flemish Revival building. Also: Stepped Gable

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