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1428A US 68, Maysville, KY, US, 41056

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»Church of the Advent, Episcopal

The Church of the Advent is a 19th century building made with the Gothic Revival style of architecture. Built by using the native stone it still stands firm on its grounds. Dating back to 1855, it has a great historical significance and continues to function even today. Services and ceremonies are typically held at the church.

201 North Walnut Street
Cynthiana, KY 41031

»Morehead State University

The Morehead State University is a Co-ed, public educational organization in the city of Morehead, Kentucky. It is one of the very few universities to offer a bachelor's degree in space science. It is a credible university that offers around 80 degree programs, along with providing students laptops on lease at enrollment. Besides imparting knowledge, the university also encourages extra-curricular development by providing a multi-purpose wellness center on-site. Call or visit the website for more information.

150 University Bouvelard
Morehead, KY 40351

»KEAS Tabernacle Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

The KEAS Tabernacle Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is located on Queen Street in Mount Sterling, Kentucky. It was built in 1893 and holds a historical significance even to the present day. It organizes Sunday School, morning prayers and weekly services, and encourages community worship. Philosophical sessions are arranged here as well.

105 South Queen Street
Mount Sterling, KY 40353

»Church of the Ascension

The Church of the Ascension is a lovely Gothic Revival style church built in 1878. The church has a long history, where it had to strive to keep itself functional. The church has come a long way since its inception. The peaceful interiors of the church are soothing and will definitely take you back in time.

48 West High Street
Mount Sterling, KY 40353

»Cincinnati City Hall

Cincinnati City Hall is a majestic civic building and arguably the most recognizable landmark in town. It was designed by local talent Samuel Hannaford in the late 19th Century and illustrates the Richardsonian and Romanesque schools of architecture. Some of the features include a nine-story clock tower and an optical illusion perspective. Take a tour of the city hall for an insider take on the government offices.

801 Plum Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

»Saint Mary's Episcopal Church

Saint Mary's Episcopal Church is a stunning landmark on the Hillsboro streetscape. Built in 1854, the architecture of this building is an example of the Gothic Revival style. It features a towering steeple and belfry, while the sanctuary is replete with a marble altar, mosaic art, religious monograms and inscriptions.

234 North High Street
Hillsboro, OH 45133

»Five Mile Chapel

The Five Mile Chapel is a quaint little church built in 1844. The beautiful architecture along with the Gothic window at the front gives the church an archaic feel. Regular services and ceremonies are still carried at the church. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 owing to its historical significance.

6975 Five Mile Road
Cincinnati, OH 45230

»First Presbyterian Church

The famed First Presbyterian Church is primly located at Court Street in Portsmouth, Ohio. Incorporated in the reputed National Register of Historic Places, it is a great indicator of the Greek Revival style of architecture.

221 Court Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662-3907

»Bigelow United Methodist Church

Bigelow United Methodist Church was built in 1858 and is located on Washington Street in Portsmouth, Ohio. It is an ancient Methodist church and was added to National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The style of architecture of this building is early Romanesque style. The belfry and tower are iconic landmarks on the streetscape.

415 Washington Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662

»Evangelical Church of Christ

Spread over less than one acre (0.40 hectares) of land, the Evangelical Church of Christ is a church located on the streets. In it's beautiful architectural design that showcases the elements of the German Gothic style, the church welcomes the people and teaches to seek and to experience the connection with God. It teaches the importance of worshiping the Lord and believing in him and walking with him on this journey. The church is a great place to visit and the parish welcomes all warmly.

701 Fifth Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662

»Second Presbyterian Church

The celebrated Second Presbyterian Church is a monumental Presbyterian church. It is a precisely located at the Portsmouth region in Ohio. The church building was constructed by eminent architect George W. Kramer and was constructed in 1911. The church is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It impeccably exemplifies the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The Sunday worship commences at 9:30a on Sundays. The church is a great avenue to upgrade spiritually.

801 Waller Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662

»Corinth Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

The Corinth Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic church located on 1180 L and E Junction Road in Winchester, Kentucky. It has a Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 11, 2007.

L and E Junction Road
Winchester, KY 40391
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