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Northwest United Baptist Church

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A full 360° panoramic view of the interior of the church. Built in 1818-1820 in the Transition Phase Meeting House style it is the oldest documented Baptist house of worship in Nova Scotia. Located on the Northwest road between Blockhouse and Lunenburg. Panorama made in May 2014.

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