This church, the oldest standing church in New Braunfels, makes use of massive limestone masonry to form its Gothic Revival design. A square stone tower with a spire is the primary feature of the facade. In 1963 the church was significantly enlarged at its west end, but fortunately, the scale of the stone blocks was maintained.
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Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church
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