New York - Rome
Rome wasn't built in a day, and the earliest building there was the original Fort Stanwix. This replica is nearly 200 years newer, since the first one didn't survive the Revolution.
The Erie Canal is slightly more permanent, though it has declined significantly from being the primary long-distance transportation mode.
Let's get to some actually original buildings, a pair of homes on NY Route 26 (Turin Street) and the northwest corner of James and Thomas Streets.
The 1894 City Hall building is at the southwest corner of James St. and Park St.
Finally, the Oneida County Courthouse is just to the north at James and Court Streets. Of course.
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