Pulaski's most architecturally sophisticated religious building is this large brick Romanesque Revival church composed of a cross-gabled sanctuary with an additional rear cross-gabled two-story educational section. A triple-arched arcade marks the principal entrance and a triple-arched window is in the gable above. The prominent four-stage square corner tower, inspired by Italian Romanesque towers, repeats the triple-arched theme in its belfry and concludes with a tiled pyramidal roof.
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First Presbyterian Church
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