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Sacred Heart Cultural Center
5/5
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Historical Site
Tourist_Y9cThe Sacred Heart Cultural Center, also known as the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, is an activity center and a former Roman Catholic church located in Augusta, Georgia. This is a more remarkable and recognized city of landmark buildings.
Meadow Garden
4/5
2 Reviews
Garden
Tourist_Y9cThe Meadow Garden is located on the west side of downtown Augusta, separated from the Augusta Historic Trail in Augusta, just east of the Sutherland Plant. This is a 1-1/2 story wood frame structure set in a high brick basement. It was originally built in the stage, originally three bays wide, but now it has six or three gable skylights and two chimneys protruding from the roof gable. The entire front part of a shed roof porch extends out and is supported by elongated Doric columns. The facades are arranged irregularly, with two doors and four windows. [2] The oldest part of the house, with the three bays on the right, was built in 1791. On the left, three bays were added sometime after 1800, and it may also be a front porch added in the future. Although the property was never owned by him, it was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence from the home of George Walton where he died in 1804 in 1791. As a well-trained lawyer, he served as the Continental Congress (1776-1781) and the Georgian militia, during his service he was captured by the British in 1778 during the capture of Savannah. Exchange and release, he was immediately elected governor of Georgia, he was held from November 1779 to January 1780, he also served as the office of the chief judge of the state, and in the second term as governor from 1789 to 1780. He died in Mountain College, his country house, in 1804[2] the house passed out of the Walton family in 1812, the daughter of the American Revolution who is now owned and worked by the local chapter museum.
The Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church
5/5
1 Reviews
Church
Tourist_Y9cThe Most Holy Trinity Church in Wesley, Minnesota (in the unincorporated community Whitland Township, Minnesota is a Catholic church designed by Clarence H. Johnston, senior. Johnston designed a Minnesota government agency A large number of buildings, such as the Minnesota National College for the Deaf, the University of Minnesota, the former Minnesota Historical Society building, and many others, but churches are not common in his architectural practice. Veseli was originally settled by Czech immigrants and is the largest of the four such communities in Minnesota. The members worshipped New Prague in the diocese until they organized their own church in 1874. The first building in the church was a wooden structure. The structure was built between 1874 and 1878. The structure was built in 1905 and followed an Italian Rome The same is true of artisan architecture with a certain influence. It is 110 feet (34 males) and 64 feet (20 meters), with a 90-foot (27 meters) bell tower on the left rear tower of the church. The project has a round rose window with eaves above it, giving the appearance of a canopy.
Phinizy Swamp Nature Park
5/5
1 Reviews
City Park
Tourist_Y9cThe Phinizy Marsh Nature Park is ten minutes away from downtown Augusta. The Phinizy Marsh Nature Park has great blue herons, red-shouldered eagles, otters, and the opportunity to see alligators. Enjoy the boardwalk, trails. Opening hours are from 9 am to 5:00 pm.
Augusta-Richmond Civic Center
5/5
1 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Tourist_Y9cAugusta Civic Center: A multi-purpose stadium located in the community driveway away from the Civic Center by car, close to Highway I-95 in Augusta, Maine. It has a total of 49,000 square feet (4600 m2) and 26 rooms. The main room is 32,000 square feet (3,000 m2). The facility includes a main auditorium, two banquet halls, and 23 flexible capacities and complete catering services. The arena can host many events, such as concerts, parties and sports events.
Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center
5/5
1 Reviews
Entertainment Center
E31***37i LOVE this place. lots of games and fun for the entire family! I would recommend stars and strikes to any and everyone looking to have fun, without breaking the bank

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Augusta Weather

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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Augusta
Mar 2, 2021 Augusta Weather:Clouds, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:58%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:57/18:25
Augusta Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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