Hi! Nice capture. I feel weight of the history. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely church. Classic Anglican architecture.
A beautiful church!
Beautiful capture of the historical architecture. And the light warms the whole. Thanks for sharing. Jo
An architectural style that always appeals to me. Beautiful!
Truly a classic look on this church Jim. Great shot.
For sure, this is the true English Anglican styled church - there are even a few around here (Connecticut) with the same styling, real olde world. A classic!
What a beauty!
i enjoy the castle look or feel to it ... very cool. ( :
That 19th century European style always has a mystery to its Architectural styling.
The tower and those peaks are classic. Wonderful shot.
No one is sure who designed it?Shadows in the Plaza
It was built on land owned by Simeon Pearce and it is thought it was probably designed by himself. Edmund Blacket is thought to have designed the internal fittings and was associated with some latter aspects of the building.
Lots of additions over time to that church. It looks like it will last awhile.
Yes, they have extended the church a number of times but they have always been sympathetic additions.
What a lovely one, Jim. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Avoca - a very Irish name.
That church will outlast humanity perhaps!
I know nothing about architecture, but I can enjoy a fine building.Your photograph is really nice and thanks for brining this beautiful church and its history.Have a Wonderful Day!Peace :)
I love seeing a red door on a church.
Nice! It looks ancient!
Very nice old church that, looks right out of the UK
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