St Mary’s Catholic Church – Georgetown, South Carolina
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St Mary’s Catholic Church is located in Georgetown‘s historic district on the corner of Broad and Highmarket streets. The church was completed in 1901 and dedicated on January 5, 1902 by Bishop H. P. Northrop of Charleston.
Constructed of pressed brick with granite trimmings, the church was built in the traditional Romanesque architectural style and formed the shape of a Latin cross. Its layout changed dramatically in 1967 when it underwent renovations and received several additions.
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Address: 317 Broad Street, Georgetown, SC 29440
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