Abandoned Catholic Church | CRAZY Edwardian Era Architecture | 2020 Urbex
Urban Exploring an early 1900 Edwardian Era Abandoned Catholic Church with a unique spider web ceiling in the Midwest USA.
Today we are urban exploring an abandoned church that has some unique features such as a colorful stained glass that is surrounded by crumbling walls. The ceiling of the sanctuary is a very unique design with blue-green borders. This Edwardian Era Architecture is most commonly found in churches build in the early 1900s like this one.
The alter area has a very bright mural therefore I really enjoyed laying on my back and looking straight up at for a while. While this church is abandoned it so peaceful to explore with friends. Shout out to Derek and Jesse. You boys are awesome. Life is too short not to go on an adventure. Just remember to be safe out there!
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