St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church


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Originally built in 1794, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was burned by the Americans in 1813, as they retreated from Upper Canada. Eventually re-built around 1830, the church went on to survive lightning strikes, hurricanes, and another fire. It resides in Niagara-on-the-Lake as a prime example of Georgian architecture. 

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