What This Photographer Captured In An Abandoned Pennsylvania Church Will Amaze You
If you live in Pittsburgh or have spent a good amount of time in the city, you may be familiar with Saint Peter and Paul Church, the now-defunct building that looms over East Liberty. First built in 1890, the abandoned church was once a popular gathering place. Check out these incredible photos of the interior, captured by urban explorer and photographer, SHVWN Cooper.
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