1410 Commerce Drive
St. Mary's, OH 45885
Phone: (419) 394-2710
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On the National Register of Historic Places, the Maria Stein Shrine of Holy Relics is a must visit when in the city. This iconic shrine is home to one of the largest collections of relics in the nation. It was established in 1875 and curated by the Sisters at Maria Stein. Over 1100 pieces of three classes of relics include the saint’s body part or bone piece, clothing or belongings, and items touched by the saint respectively. The convent also hosts rotating exhibitions on related subjects.
The St Augustine/St Joseph Parish situated across the North Hanover Street has adapted the Gothic Revival style of architectural design. This historical church was also incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church is a historic church in Wapakoneta, Ohio. This Roman Catholic church was built in 1910 by DeCurtins and John and Joseph Hemmert in Romanesque Revival style. The church building features detailed rose windows and turrets. The church site also includes a rectory and a school and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The region of Padua in the U.S. State of Ohio is bestowed with a magnificent church site in the form of the ancient St. Anthony's Catholic Church. The church holds an immense monumental value and its construction dates back to 1879. This church has also been included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Public Square in downtown Lima is home to a monumental landmark that is the First National Bank and Trust Building. Constructed in 1926, it is predominantly a rectangular-shaped structure. As many as 12 stories of the site are built with the Indiana Limestone. It is of great historic significance and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
The Marsh Foundation School is a non-traditional educational facility nestled in a cluster of historic buildings on the old Lincoln Highway. The school and its affiliated orphanage were founded by George H. Marsh to help destitute children and their families from all around the north-western part of Ohio. Six school buildings were built on the Marsh Homestead between 1923 - 1925. It has since then along with the children's home served the local community. The original house is now a museum. Out of the 24 buildings in the complex, 21 are listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1980 due to its unique Jacobethan style.
Located on the Main Street in Downtown Van Wert, the Van Wert County Courthouse was built in 1876. Designed by T.J. Tolan, the building is done up in an elaborate Second Empire style of architecture. Listed amongst the US National Register of Historic Places in 1974, it became the first building in the entire county to have this honor. The beautiful piece of art also features a zinc statue of Justice that towers up to 8 feet (2.43 meters) that stands atop the clock tower. The courthouse is still in use and mostly houses federal offices.
Fulton Farm is located in Shelby County, Ohio, United States. It is spread over two acres (0.81 hectares) and comprises of five buildings. It was built in 1848, and the buildings feature Gothic Revival style of architecture, which dominates Shelby County's rural scene. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 8, 1979.