Updated August of 2020 with names of churches.
The church above is the First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ; below is St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church.
Below, this is the First Baptist Church of Palmyra. I am intrigued by the architecture of this building, as it almost looks like a synagogue in its Orientalist influences.
This final church is St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Palmyra; sadly it closed after 178 years in 2015. See more of the town from this trip starting here.
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Palmyra is probably one of the best maintained small towns in NEMO, these churches alone attest to the great skill of the German immigrants that first settled this. I do hope that you caught a glimpse of some of the beautiful homes on the south end of Main St.
I think so; I saw most of the south part of the city.