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6475 Culbertson Road
Franklin, OH 45005
Phone: (513) 424-3551
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The Miami University has many campuses, the Miami University Middletown being one of them. This regional campus offers bachelors degree across diverse fields including Nursing, Technology and Integrative Studies. Apart from providing excellent academical training and facilities to its students, the university believes in overall development of its students. Accordingly, it encourages students to participate in different art and athletics programs. For admissions schedule and other details, call ahead or simply check the website.
This beautiful architectural church that is a Gothic Revival style church, built on less than one acre of land is a beautiful structure and best stands out with the bell tower on the facade above the front entrance. The tower is visible from a great distance and looks stunning and welcomes various tourists daily.
The Jacob's Church welcomes one and all sans any discrimination. Designed in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, the church features on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, since 1990. For more details, check website.
When driving down West 4th in Dayton, it is impossible to miss the opulence of this corner-street structure. Built in 1888 by local architect Charles Insco Williams, the Sacred Heart Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places a century later. Marvel at its stained-glass windows and majestic dome that illustrate an architectural blend of Romanesque and Queen Anne styles.
The Wyoming Presbyterian Church that was completely erected in 1890, is certainly a historical landmark. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it continues to serve the community.
Stratling the Miami River in southwestern Ohio sits Dayton, the "Gem City." The city is possibly best known for its associations with aviation, being home to the National Museum of the United States Air Force and the birthplace of Orville Wright. Dayton is an excellent entertainment and arts hub due to the Dayton Art Institute, the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, which hosts the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton Opera and Dayton Ballet, as well as the Victoria Theatre. With parks, beautifully varied architecture and the scenic river, Dayton is truly a pleasant place to see.
Located in the center of Mt. Healthy, this structure was established in 1911. This magnificent brick building was used as a public school till the 1980s. Now, no longer a public school, the structure is used by Mt. Healthy Preparatory and Fitness Academy. In 1985, Mt. Healthy Public School was included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The St. Adalbert Polish Catholic Church is a perfect combination of Romanesque and Gothic style of architecture. This building dates back to the 1900s era and is certainly an important religious landmark. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is now used for conducting religious classes and similar activities.