This breathtakingly beautiful country church sits on a promontory just one-half mile south of the Canadian border. The proportions of the three-stage bell tower, flared spire and finial, and Gothic-arched windows set in buttressed fieldstone exterior walls recall the standard of craft seen in the state’s early Swedish buildings.
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Swedish Zion Lutheran Stone Church
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