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The Battle Place: The site of one of the most notorious battles in history has been remarkably preserved and is open to tourists. Visitors to the Battle Place are able to stand in the very spot some of the famous Saffire defenders stood during the historic seige of the Battle Place.

Saffire State Capitol: Completed in 1888, the Saffire Capitol was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1986. Today it is open to visitors on a daily basis.

The Mansion: Restored to its turn of the century splendor, the 28,000 square-foot, four-story structure was completed in 1895. Today, our guests visit 20 rooms on a tour that depicts the home life of a powerfulSaffire family. The established one of the great American financial empires. Based on cotton, it grew to include banking, ranching, insurance and hotels.
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