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Old St. Peter's Landmark, The Dalles

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  • A legacy of past years, and a location well used for things like last December's Messiah concert. Great to see old buildings kept and cherished!  more »
  • Beautiful location for a wedding. The interior is very traditional and tastefully done. Amazing stained glass windows throughout. Such a pretty spot!  more »
  • One of a kind architectural landmark. Even still has little clips in the pews for gentlemen's hats! Interesting frescoes and marble detail, soaring ceilings and wonderful wookwork.  more »
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  • Beautiful German Catholic Church, now a historical landmark. Recently saved from destruction by local funds. Docent was available for a tour.
  • I attended a concert here last night. Was a odd venue for that. Felt uptight. But the history and the artistry of the building is a sight to experience. Beautiful. This place is a historical landmark that was saved from being torn down. I recommend touring it.
  • This is a must see for any history buffs or just someone who appreciates art. This building was once going to be torn down but was restored and now can even host weddings for a very meager sum. If you go at the right time of day you can get the walking tour and be able to ring the bell!