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Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church (St. Andrew's Episcopal Church)
An unusual two-story porch covering the full length and height of the front-gabled facade gives this wood-frame church a distinctive appearance lacking in most of Battle Mountain's structures. Set behind the porch on the roof ridge is an open belfry with a flared, shingled hipped roof. The building is one of three historic churches remaining in Battle Mountain.
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