For those not in the know, Berlin is pronounced BUR-LUHN.
This also served as the Berlin Post Office for many years. Thanks to Gary Dortch for the identification.
Polly C. Peek notes that this was a bank in the early 1900s. I first thought it may have been a store, with the murals on the side, but this raises an interesting facet of its evolution.
This Art Deco landmark now serves as the senior citizens center. Built by Charlie Powell and remodeled after burning in 1956, it’s one of the most visually appealing theatres in South Georgia and is an integral part of the National Register Downtown Historic District. It closed as a theatre in 1978.
Thanks to Monty Carlton for the identification.
This is one of the best examples of a “Citadel Style” jail in Georgia. It now serves as the headquarters for the Moultrie-Colquitt Chamber of Commerce.