This Gothic Revival church on a raised basement has an appropriately abbreviated and buttressed central entrance tower with the usual tall spire roof. The locally produced brick of the walls is strongly contrasted with the light-colored stone trim. Within is a vivid altar painting by Hebjorn (1895).
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First Lutheran Church
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