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St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Kennebunkport
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Charming and picturesque, St. Ann's Episcopal Church is a quaint stone chapel sitting right on the coastline of Maine. Built in 1887, the church welcomes residents and visitors of all faiths and uses proceeds from services to support people in need within the local community. Surrounded by lush gardens and an additional outside chapel, the church provides views of the Atlantic Ocean. The entire property is open to the public and remains yours to explore. The friendly and welcoming atmosphere is palpable, and the stained-glass windows breathtaking. A visit to St. Ann's Episcopal Church represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Kennebunkport vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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beautiful and silent place
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