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419 Commerce Drive, Richmond, IN, US, 47374

  • Phone: (765) 966-6682
  • Fax: (765) 962-7717
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»Emmanuel's Evangelical Lutheran Church

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.

30 West Warren Street
Germantown, OH 45327

»Pleasant Hill United Church of Christ

An ancient and elegant church in the U.S. State of Ohio is situated in the Pleasant Hill city. The church site is famously regarded as the Pleasant Hill United Church of Christ. The construction of the church building dates back to 1911. It superbly depicts the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture and continues to gain historical importance. The vital Bible Study is arranged on Tuesdays at 10:00a. The Sunday worship also commences at 10:00a. The church organizes varied events and programs for the worshipers. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. 

10 West Monument Street
Pleasant Hill, OH 45359

»Metamora

Set upon the historic Whitewater Canal, this city prospered from the presence of grist mills and water mills that provided employment and a sense of self-reliance among the people. Visitors are enchanted by the presence of mills, Canal Boat Horse Stables, wood aqueducts, gem mines and carriage rides. Historic Metamora offers citizens a real packed cultural calendar in terms of the Old Metamora Car Show, Memorial Day parties, Christmas Walks, Canal Days, July 4th parades and twilight firework shows.

Metamora
Metamora, IN 47030

»Jacob's Church

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.

213 East Central Avenue
Miamisburg, OH 45342

»Miami University Middletown

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.

4200 N University Boulevard
Middletown, OH 45042

»Sacred Heart Church

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.

217 West Fourth Street
Dayton, OH 45402

»Dayton

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.

Dayton
Dayton, OH

»St. Adalbert Polish Catholic Church

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.

1507 Valley Street
Dayton, OH 45404

»First Presbyterian Church

The renowned First Presbyterian Church is a monumental church site in Troy, Ohio. It is precisely sited at the Franklin and Walnut Streets and is also referred to as the New School Presbyterian Church. The ancient church building was constructed in 1859, and was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

20 South Walnut Street
Troy, OH 45373

»Rush County Courthouse

The Rush County Courthouse stands as a historical courthouse site in the Rushville city of the U.S. State of Indiana. The construction of the site dates back to 1896. The courthouse building is a brilliant structure and finely exemplifies the Romanesque and Richardsonian Romanesque styles of architecture. The courthouse has paved its way into the National Register of Historic Places. The office hours of the courthouse are 8:00a to 4:00p EST from Monday to Friday every week. 

101 East Second Street
Rushville, IN 46173

»Emily Kimbrough Historic District

The Emily Kimbrough Historic District in Munice. This district became a great commercial attraction and also an industrial center. Popularly known as the place of discovery of natural gas, this district gained popularity and came to be known as one of the elite towns. This district comprises of homes that are of Victorian architecture, this place also conducts an Old Washington Street Festival that celebrates the architecture of the homes and also promotes the historical gas days, this festival is celebrated annually.

East Washington Street
Muncie, IN 47305

»Muncie Public Library

The Carnegie Library is the main branch of the Muncie Public Library, that is home to the local history and genealogy department. The library was established in 1903, and features neoclassical architecture. The library is named after Andrew Carnegie, a philanthropist whose generous contribution, steered the setting up of this library. The library houses a vast collection of books on local history, making it popular amongst students and enthusiasts on the subject. Check the website for further information.

301 East Jackson Street
Muncie, IN 47305
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