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St. Andrews Episcopal Church (Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Buff-colored, rough-faced sandstone distinguishes this small church with a central entry and traditional bell tower. Said to mirror churches in Germany, it has a horseshoe-shaped balcony inside, buttresses, and slight Gothic arches.
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