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Beautiful Church, Jack!Have a good sunday, Karl
Wow, such a magnificent church.
Both edifices are very striking. Firearms and religion...interesting combination ...
Striking architecture to say the least!
Sam Colt, indeed, did very well for himself.
Amazing masonry work... they were artisans.
Wonderful photo of a gorgeous church with fantastic architectural details! I wonder if she's as beautiful on the inside? Only one way to find out.... (hint, hint)
That is one beautiful Church Jack, such an intricate design, they certainly went all out one it!
Great design. Looks more like something from old England.
Wow that is an amazing church.
"the " Colt?!.. This architecture could be found in eastern or northern Europe as well..very rich! Poor Mrs Colt..
What an impressive church with some amazing details. It has an eastern European look to it but, with such whimsical trim.
Gorgeous church and does look more European than most of our churches! Really superb photos, Jack, love the details you've captured! Always enjoy the history you include as well! Have a great day!Sylvia
Happy moments, praise church.Difficult moments, seek church.Every moment, thank church.Yeah!
Son of a gun! :-)'Tis a gorgeous structure. There seems to be a rich irony here...the Colt was the weapon that played a fundamental part in the white takeover of what is now the western U.S.The Prince of Peace and the Prince of Guns. :-)Thanks, Jack, for your words of consolation! Much appreciated.
Gorgeous church - such tragic times for infants in the old days!
Beautiful architecture and the grounds are lovely as well.V
How very elborate. The irony is there... but I'm sure the loss of three children was heartbreaking.
Amazing façade, love it, Jack! It seems Kate had the same thought as me...
Oh, that Colt... An impressive building and a beautiful church!
Gorgeous. And, an interesting tidbit of American history too.
This reminds me of the many historical structures (churches) in my home town Trinidad & Tobago.
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