Macon Georgia

by Alicia Miranda


ISBN 978-0-557-56621-1
Pages: 120

Size: 8x10


Available in September 2010

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No other city in the south could possibly hold the reputation "Bible Belt" better than the city of Macon. There are about 300 Houses of Worship and contains some of the oldest in the Georgia.

Houses of Worship is Alicia Miranda's photographic tribute to the religious architecture in Macon Georgia. It includes notable historic churches and synagogues dating from the late 18th century to through early 19th century. Close-ups of some of the structures reveal the work of talented artisans and beautiful architectural detailing. The religious styles and forms represented range from simple wood-frame country churches to elaborate cathedrals, including the Federal, Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, Italianate, Romanesque, Moorish, and Neoclassical Revival styles. Listing includes churches that are documented by the Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Archives and History.