We were driving into Jackson and saw this white church on the hill surrounded by a graveyard and just had to visit since I'm a photographer. We were surprised to find it a Serbian church and graveyard. Almost every name ended in "vich" and there was even a placard that read "miner's graves" so I'm assuming they came over during the gold rush? It was built in the late 1800's and is beautifully situated on a hill near historic downtown. Definitely worth a visit but a bit of a climb up a steep hill on cement.
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