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The Pine Apple Historic District is a historic district in the community of Pine Apple, Alabama. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 26, 1999. The boundaries are roughly Wilcox County roads 59, 7 and 61, Broad Street, Banana Street, AL 10, and Adams Drive. It contains 3,350 acres (1,360 ha), 54 buildings, and 1 structures ranging from the Craftsman to Colonial Revival styles.
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