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This St. Louis church was left in ruins. Now it begins a new life as an arts venue.

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Spring Church, a 19th century limestone building, was left a shell by an electrical fire in 2001. Now the church near Grand Center is structurally sound. The space will be free and open to the public from sunrise to sunset as it was before. The exterior has been tuckpointed, and the inner walls were coated with a strengthening material, shotcrete.
2 months ago·St. Louis, United States

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This St. Louis church was left in ruins. Now it begins a new life as an arts venue.

Spring Church was left a shell by an electrical fire in 2001. It's still a shell — but has been made safe for photo shoots, art exhibits and more.

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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