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St. John the Evangelist Greek Orthodox Church (South Congregational Church, Temple Ohabei Shalom)
Emblematic of cultural change in the South End, this structure was built for the South Congregational Church in 1861–1862, sold to Ohabei Shalom Synagogue in 1887, and converted for St. John the Evangelist Greek Orthodox Church in 1928. The T-shaped building
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