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Great pictures!

I really like the presence that Johnson's new bulidings have on E Main combined with the newly rennovated Duke Power building. I think its the Mary Black Foundation. Though I must say that the rendering there makes the building look smaller than it does on the street.

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I really like the First Presbyterian complex across Main. Probably the best architectural display in the whole city - that's saying alot, since Spartanburg has a tremendous collection of architectually pleasing designs.

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i really love the architecture of the Church of the Advent. First Pres is really nice too. I like the consistency of Johnsons' new buildings. I think it ties the "look" of the city together when you explore the city and see these buildings that are similar in architecture. Plus I just really like the style of architecture and the fact that it reflects the architecture of the textile mills that were the economic foundation of the city for so long.

I really like the QS-1 building too even though I wish they had built it taller. It would be great if someone could post a picture of the recently renovated Mary Black Foundation building.

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I agree. Both of those churches are nice. 2nd Pres is nice too. Its one of the older church buildings in Spartanburg I think. 1st Pres has moved a couple of times in its history.

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another church with nice architecture is the episcopal churh downtown on church st. I think it's right beside the montgomery building.

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church doesnt mean building, but you're right it's the oldest church just not in that same building, i dont think it is the oldest sanctuary

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