The Oldest Church In Cleveland Dates Back To The 1800s And You Need To See It

Cleveland has a long-spanning history, and some of our most intriguing and mundane moments alike are captured in the story told by the local architecture. Some of the oldest buildings throughout the city date back nearly 200 years, and even older structures are preserved in our landscape. Perhaps one of the most striking structures is also one of the oldest churches in the state, and it’s hiding in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.

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This gorgeous church is full of life and history alike, and local stories are hidden in its striking architecture. Have you ever paid this lovely structure a visit? Share your experience with us in the comments below!

If you enjoyed this virtual visit, you’ll adore exploring this stunning Cleveland cathedral.