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A Unique Congregational Church in Cocoanut Grove, Florida

A Unique Congregational Church in Cocoanut Grove, Florida

The masonry building shown in this image is the Plymouth Congregational Church. The church shows elements of the Mission Revival Style, including the curved gables and the two square bell towers with high domes. The front door is more than three hundred seventy-five years old, and was originally part of a monastery in Europe. The stone used to construct the building was local oolitic limestone. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Galleries: Churches, Coconut Grove, Miami-Dade
Keywords: coconut grove, miami, mission revival style, plymouth congregational church, souvenir postcard folder 33
Photo Location: Coconut Grove, Florida
Date of Photo: 04/04/1909
Original Dimensions: 3000×1847
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 25°47'20.29"N 80°13'35.18"W
Source: A Glimpse of the Royal Palm Hotel Grounds, Miami, Fla. (souvenir folder) (Miami, FL: J. N. Chamberlain, 1920) 7
Picture Number: 17328