St. Mary's Church

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St. Mary’s Church is a marvelous Neo-Gothic structure featuring pointed arches, arched corbel table, and ribbed vaults. Note the three doors on the front, reminiscent of famous European Cathedrals. Other Neo-Gothic features include towers, pinnacles, and deeply recessed openings and doorways. The original church (circa 1852) was replaced in 1884 and remodeled in 1914.

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