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Gods place

A beautiful building on the inside.. Filled with spiritual treasures and awesome stained glass... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
357huberts
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Seymour, TN, United States
A living monument to Acadian community

The largest wooden structure in the world, this stunning church soars 190 feet tall and expresses... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Janet S
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SW Florida, United States
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Constructed in the form of a cross, the tallest wooden church in North America features a magnificent steeple soaring 190 feet in height.
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1713 Highway 1, Church Point, Municipality of Clare, Nova Scotia B0W 1M0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A beautiful building on the inside.. Filled with spiritual treasures and awesome stained glass windows. We loved being there and experiencing the beauty, spirituality and history..

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The largest wooden structure in the world, this stunning church soars 190 feet tall and expresses the devotion of the local Acadian community (French-speaking people who inhabited eastern Canada & the U.S. since 1604). The lofty interior vault, stained-glass windows and statuary are beautiful. Visit...More

Thank Janet S
Reviewed 9 November 2017

Beautiful old church located next to University Saint-Anne in Church Point, NS on the french shore. Includes a museum inside the church and very interesting to visit with guided tours in the summer months. A must see.

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Reviewed 16 August 2017

I never knew this church was there but so glad we stopped. Amazing historical property that I hope will get enough support to keep it in good repair as it is truly a wonder.

Thank Donna M
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

This place as a lot of rich history!! If you are a history buff I would totally recommend going. This is the oldest wooden church in North America!!

Thank Ashley P
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Easily accessible from the main highway, this church has a remarkable history. Built a century and a half ago when the community expressed its faith in the work of its craftsmen, this huge worship space was built by a man who could not read or...More

Thank Dave48838
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

This church and accompanying museum was wonderful and humbling. We took our time to see and read everything since it's packed with history. Be sure to listen to the videos detailing some funny facts about the construction of the church. It's impressive that they have...More

Thank xavier911
Reviewed 20 September 2016 via mobile

Beautiful church located in Church Point. Lonely stain glass windows and architecture dating it back to the 1700s.

Thank K B
Reviewed 8 September 2016

This is such a unique place to visit. Our family grew up in this church and we love to visit whenever we get the chance. The church is magnificent and the museum in the back is very interesting. The church is in need of many...More

Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 20 August 2016

This all wood structure with beautiful stain glass windows is the tallest wooden church in North America. Built by an illiterate local master tradesman from la Baie Ste Marie at the turn of the century, it has survived many winter storms and still stand tall....More

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