Fredericksburg
Gillespie County
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Museum
New_York_GossipThe National Museum of the Pacific War is a museum in Fredericksburg, Texas. There are many exhibits about the Pacific War during World War II. If you like history, don’t miss it. There is also a Japanese Peace Garden with a nice view.
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New_York_GossipThis St. Mary's Catholic Church is very beautiful, especially the steeple. The Gothic style of this church with a history of more than 100 years is obvious, such as buttresses, trefoil marks, etc. Various events are held here, and locals often come over.
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New_York_GossipThere are many beautiful churches in Fredericksburg. When I came to this Holy Ghost Lutheran Church, it was closed, so I can only walk around. The old bricks of the church are quite beautiful. It is worth noting that this church is not a Catholic or Eastern Orthodox or Protestant church that we generally see, but a Lutheran sect.
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Historical Site
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New_York_GossipThe Pioneer Museum Complex includes nearly 9 historical buildings such as The Vereins Kirche, Arhelger Bathhouse, and Dambach-Besier House. It is a must visit place to understand the history of this small town. One of the landmark buildings is the Vereins Kirche Museum, an octagonal museum, very distinctive and one of the oldest buildings in Fredericksburg. The museum itself is free, but accepts donations from tourists.
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New_York_GossipThe Vereins Kirche Museum is an octagonal museum, very distinctive, and one of the oldest buildings in Fredericksburg. Entering the building, you can see some exhibits about local history. The museum itself is free, but accepts donations from tourists.
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Lake
davidnewtonThe surrounding area of Hamilton Pool was originally a karst cave. The top of the mountain collapsed thousands of years ago, forming a unique landscape now. This past, it was the off-season, there were basically no tourists, and it happened to be able to appreciate every beauty here seriously and easily. In this season, the water is not strong, and the waterfalls and water curtains from the dome are not formed, but they cannot weaken the peculiarity and magnificence here. Walking in the other direction along the stream, you can see the wonderful landscape cut by the water for thousands of years in the strange rocks, and the odd-shaped ancient trees on both sides of the stream absorbing nutrients from the stream. Tickets here are charged by car, $15 per car, only cash.