6 Sights in Charleston, United States (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Charleston, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Charleston, United States.

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1. Baptist Temple

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Baptist Temple Pubdog (talk) / Public domain

Charleston Baptist Temple is a historic Baptist church located at Charleston, West Virginia. It is a two-story, brick church with Georgian and Federal style details. It was designed by architect Ernest Flagg and constructed in 1924. It is composed of a central sanctuary block with matching wings and a rear addition constructed in 1955. The facade features a central tower, which contains the steeple. The spire is copper-clad and flares out to cover an open belfry with decorated engaged Corinthian columns and arched openings. Directly below the belfry is a baluster area above the clock portion of the tower.

Wikipedia: Charleston Baptist Temple (EN)

2. Sterrett Brothers' Dry Goods Store

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Sterrett Brothers' Dry Goods Store is a historic commercial structure located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was built about 1890 in what has become known as the "Victorian Block" of Charleston. The building originally had three floors with a storefront on the first floor. Sometime after 1898, but before 1917, a fourth story was added to the building. Since its construction by the Sterrett Brothers, it has been occupied by Sacks Shoe Store, J. C. Penney Company, the Dondale Furniture Company, and most recently a Charleston-based Law firm.

Wikipedia: Sterrett Brothers' Dry Goods Store (EN)

3. Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart

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The Basilica of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is a cathedral church and a Minor Basilica located in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Along with the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Wheeling it is the seat of the Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. The parish complex is a contributing property in the Downtown Charleston Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wikipedia: Basilica of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Charleston, West Virginia) (EN)

4. HealthSmart

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Woodrums' Building, also known as Woodrum Home Outfitting Co. building, is a historic commercial building located at Charleston, West Virginia, United States. It is a six-story commercial building located in the central business district of Charleston. The property consists of an original commercial structure built in 1916 and a rear addition built in 1937.

Wikipedia: Woodrums' Building (EN)

5. Saint Johns Episcopal Church

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St. John's Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church located at 1105 Quarrier Street in Charleston, West Virginia, in the United States. On November 2, 1989, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It was also listed as a contributing property in the Downtown Charleston Historic District in 2006.

Wikipedia: St. John's Episcopal Church (Charleston, West Virginia) (EN)

6. Loewenstein and Sons Hardware Building

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Loewenstein and Sons Hardware Building, also known as the Loewenstein Building or Rite Aid Building, is a historic commercial structure located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was designed by the Columbus, Ohio architectural firm of Yost & Packard.

Wikipedia: Loewenstein and Sons Hardware Building (EN)

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