Standing at the entrance to Ewa Plantation, this handsome Gothic Revival church's white clapboard siding glistens in the sun. The asymmetrical composition centers on the tripartite Gothic-arched portico with a tracery-laden window above. The tall, slightly recessed corner bell tower presides over the structure, and is partially balanced by an octagonal chapel on the right side. The interior maintains the Gothic character, with its lancet windows, hammer beam truss work, and apse.
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Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church
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