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Community Center (New Berlin Presbyterian Church)
The Presbyterians arrived fifty years after the founding of New Berlin and built a Greek Revival brick meetinghouse one block from “church row” on Market Street. A short flight of steps leads up to the white wooden portico carried on four fluted Doric columns beneath an entablature with carved triglyphs and guttae. An octagonal cupola sits on a square platform behind the quaint clapboarded pediment. The massive bracketed door surrounds add an Italianate flourish to the provincial classicism.
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