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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Outside Details of the Church on Linn St.




Yesterday I posted a church on Linn St. in Bellefonte. Today is the details. On the side of this church is different stain glass windows and here are some of them. There are even more stained windows on this church that I didn't post here. When you really start to notice the details, it's absolutely beautiful. Hopefully, I can get the inside sometime.

15 comments:

NorthBayPhoto said...

Very beautiful church and photos.

Neva said...

The stained glass is lovely. I am always amazed at how pretty stained glass can be in different light.

M.Benaut said...

That is one very well kept church and I really love the devil-red doors. Do you know when it was built. It's probably older than white settlement in Australia, (1788).

Lilly said...

What loely colours. I agree stained glass is really pretty.

Annie said...

The various sizes and shapes and designs of the windows make this an extra special design for the church. Inside might be just the place to sit and reflect.

Sally said...

Congrats on the 100th post - belatedly! And yep it would be great to go inside!

lv2scpbk said...

M.B., I will have to find out the year it was built. I know it's on the building. I tried looking it up on the Internet but couldn't find out anything.

SeanclaesDOTcom said...

Happy 102nd post! Woo-Hoo!
(I wanted to be the first to congratulate you)

One oh Two! One oh Two!

Whoop!

Jules said...

The windows are very beautiful. It would be great to see them from the other side too!!

GMG said...
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GMG said...

The church is pretty interesting, and the stained glass seem to be quite nice, even from outside!
PS: Glad to read your 50 comments on your 100th...

Dan said...

Growing up, I remember the many stained glass windows in our church. Each one depicted an event in the Bible. I could stare at those for hours.

Chad Oneil said...

My favorite is the one of the two windows.

Olivier said...

de tres beaux details de cette eglise


very beautiful details of this church

jeremy said...

these photos are nice, especially the stained glass.

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