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July 10, 2012

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Cindy L

Very cool. I love your photographs of church architecture. Great stuff and a very interesting trip.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by, Cindy!

We love exploring the back roads and older highways because we always find such interesting stories along the way.

Lois Ternet

You should stop back again. The church has been totally refurbished! It looks amazing
Lois Ternet
Monroeville IN
loisternet@yahoo.com

Dominique King

Thanks for letting me know, Lois! I thought it was a pretty amazing place when I saw it a few years back...

Phyllis Brockmyer

Church has been restored and altar rebuilt based on the original gothic design. It's quite stunning.

Bernard R. and Paulette Besancon

someone told us about this, we have a French settlement in Holmes and Wayne county line.called calmoutier, this is a Besancon settlement.

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