December 3, 2013

On the Outskirts of Beaver Creek

Washington County, Maryland

I saw a sign for the School House Museum and followed the road out to see it and take a picture. There was a small church next door and a large one across the road. Each building had shared architectural
elements but was distinctly different.
Beaver Creek School Museum

St. Matthews Lutheran Church

Beaver Creek Christian Church

11 comments:

  1. Very interesting architecture!

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  2. They all share the same type windows and doors. What is that called... Gothic Style?

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  3. They are beautiful buildings.... very eye catching.

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  4. What lovely buildings - and all with their own characters.

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  5. Love the idea of comparing the architecture. Wonderful setting.

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  6. Excelentes fotografias de belo Património....
    Cumprimentos

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  7. Yes, Ms. A, I believe it IS called gothic. Or more specifically Gothic Revival.

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