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St. Paul's Lutheran Church

I always pass by this church while running to the Marcy train station. I took the above photo of the corner tower of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on South 5th Street and Rodney. The church was founded in 1853, but the corner stone of the building dates to 1884. This means that the church pre-dates the Williamsburg bridge, so it's a true local landmark. It's amazing to think that when the building went up there weren't any automobiles on the streets. Sadly that stands in contrast to the BQE which is right across the street. Next to the church stands an amazing old movie theater.


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