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Llano is a city in Llano County, Texas, in the United States. Llano County was established in compliance with a February 1, 1856, state legislative act. The Llano River location was chosen in an election held on June 14, 1856, under a live oak on the south bank of the river, near the present site of Roy Inks Bridge in Llano.
Into the 1870s, the town was little more than a frontier trading center, with a few log buildings housing business establishments, a post office, and a few homes. Farming, ranching, and the granite industry remained the foundations of the town’s economy in the 20th century.