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    Plymouth Harbor - Virtual Tour
    Elegant and beautiful independent living residences for older adults in Sarasota
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    Loon Haven at Haven Hollow - Virtual Tour
    Stunning sunsets from a 1.2 acre year-round waterfront home in Eddington, Maine just 15 miles from Bangor International Airport and 10 miles from I-95. Beautiful Maine country living with easy access to all the amenities and a major city hub, the state's flagship university campus, and just 40 miles to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Please call to schedule an appointment.
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  • Motel 6 - Lewiston, ME - Virtual Tour
    Take a Virtual Tour View 516 Pleasant Street, Lewiston, ME, 04240 on Map View More Details
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    Take a Virtual Tour View 29 Dwelly Point Rd, Franklin, ME, 04634 on Map View More Details
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  • Brookings-Smith, Brewer Facility - Virtual Tour
    We are proud of our people, facilities, reputation, flexibility, creativity and value. Brookings-Smith is a family owned-and operated funeral home that provides the greater Bangor area with complete mortuary services. Local facilities in Bangor, Brewer, and Orono are maintained for the convenience of the people in these communities. Depending on the size of your family and circle of friends, someone close may be expected to die every ten years or so. This infrequency leaves most people unprepared for the myriad of details which must be attended to when this eventually occurs. Fortunately, there is an immediate resource available to assist you in this time of need. It is the Brookings- Smith Life Tribute Center whose people are confronted with the event of death on a continuing basis, and are prepared to guide our clients through the intricate details of preparation. Explore our website to learn about our presence in the area.
    Take a Virtual Tour View 55 South Maine Street, Brewer, ME, 04412 on Map View More Details
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  • Brookings-Smith, Bangor Facility - Virtual Tour
    We are proud of our people, facilities, reputation, flexibility, creativity and value. Brookings-Smith is a family owned-and operated funeral home that provides the greater Bangor area with complete mortuary services. Local facilities in Bangor, Brewer, and Orono are maintained for the convenience of the people in these communities. Depending on the size of your family and circle of friends, someone close may be expected to die every ten years or so. This infrequency leaves most people unprepared for the myriad of details which must be attended to when this eventually occurs. Fortunately, there is an immediate resource available to assist you in this time of need. It is the Brookings- Smith Life Tribute Center whose people are confronted with the event of death on a continuing basis, and are prepared to guide our clients through the intricate details of preparation. Explore our website to learn about our presence in the area.
    Take a Virtual Tour View 133 Center Street, Bangor, ME, 04401 on Map View More Details
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  • Penobscot Marine Museum - Virtual Tour
    WELCOME to the PENOBSCOT MARINE MUSEUM! The Museum's outstanding collections and programs allow visitors to EXPLORE the fascinating heritage of this region. DISCOVER how the artifacts, architecture, photographs, and documents shine new light on the stories and customs that help to define the region's powerful sense of place. As we look to the past and plan for the future, the museum joins with members, residents and visitors to remember and learn how maritime culture has shaped - and continues to shape - the great state of Maine. The mission of the Penobscot Marine Museum is to preserve, interpret and celebrate the maritime culture of the Penobscot Bay regions and beyond through collections, education, and community engagement.
    Take a Virtual Tour View 40 East Main Street, Searsport, ME, 04974 on Map View More Details
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  • Bangor Public library - Virtual Tour
    History of the Library It all began in 1830 with seven books in a footlocker in the publishing office of John S. Sayward on Exchange Street. In 1873, the collections of six libraries came together in one location and were known as the Bangor Mechanic Association Public Library. In 1883, with the help of funding from the estate of the Honorable Samuel F. Hersey, this became the Bangor Public Library. In 1905, the Library was housed in rented quarters in Bangor's business district. By 1911 the Library had 70,000 volumes, making it the largest public library in the state. The disastrous fire of April, 1911, swept it all away. In May 1911, with 29 books saved from the burning building, 1,330 returned by borrowers and 46, which had been at the bindery, the library reopened in two small rooms in the basement of the Court House. The corner stone for a new library was laid June 18, 1912. The building, which you see in this tour, was opened for public use on December 20, 1913. The library remained essentially the same from 1913 until 1994, when a computer automated circulation system and an on-line, public access catalog were added. In 1997, the Library completed a renovation of the building, including a spacious addition designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. The Library continues to be an active part of the Bangor community. An average of 1,448 books and other materials are "checked out" of the Library every day. The Library serves as a community center, offering meeting space, programs for adults and children, and monthly exhibits of art and artifacts, while fulfilling its historical purpose "to preserve and disseminate knowledge and thoughts.., to provide recreation through print and to provide a maximum of assistance to its clients in the use of its collections. [the Library] aims to provide material on all subjects likely to be of concern or interest either to present or potential users of whatever age or education."
    Take a Virtual Tour View 145 Harlow Street, Bangor, ME, 04401 on Map View More Details
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