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Presbyterian Gothic Revival Church in Georgetown, Colorado

By Juliemagerssoulen
A gothic stone church with spring flowers blooming under the arched stained glass windowGothic Revival Architecture began in England in the 1740s and was present in the United States by the 19th century. Although Gothic revival buildings are not as popular since the 1930s they are still being built. This Presbyterian church was built in 1874 in Georgetown, Colorado. Georgetown started as a mining camp in 1859 and is now more famous for it's historic railroad, the Georgetown Loop.
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A gothic stone church with spring flowers blooming under the arched stained glass window
Gothic Church Sign
A gothic stone church with spring flowers blooming under the arched stained glass window. Georgetown, Colorado
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A Gothic stone church tower with green capped spires against a stormy sky.
Gothic Church Spires
A Gothic stone church tower with green capped spires against a stormy sky.
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A charming stone Gothic church with burgundy doors and a stained glass window under brick arches.
Gothic Church Door
A charming stone Gothic church with burgundy doors and a stained glass window under brick arches.
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