Church of Our Lady of The Springs


"Why called French Lick Indiana: early French settlers and the "mineral licks". French traders came to the area and discovered the mineral springs bubbling from the ground..."

What a cool area. Not much around ...we had been eating at the "German Cafe"
https://www.germancafefrenchlick.com/ on Maple Street and right down the road was this beauty. Church of Our Lady of The Springs Catholic Church ...Sitting up on the hill ... Captured it there. Small town. Fun to see. Enjoy!! Thank you for stopping by. Take Care. Beth ( ; 

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Comments

Sandi said…
Looks like it is from a simpler time.
This N That said…
It looks like another beautiful country church..Such a pretty setting..Happy Halloween...
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful church.
William Kendall said…
A lovely church.
Jenn Jilks said…
We've so many churches converted to other purposes here. A lovely photo.
Billy Blue Eyes said…
Nice, lovely church
Linda said…
It is a pretty church! I am familiar with the word lick meaning spring. We have a few places around here with lick in the name: Waterlick and Supinlick, for instance.

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