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  • Sharon Hejduk

    The Unitarian Church, in Charleston, SC - Beautiful... I'm going to visit this place!

  • Ann Korzep

    Amazing architectural design pattern

  • Djinne Shine

    Interior of Unitarian Church in Charleston, South Carolina BEAUTIFUL

  • Faux the Frill of It

    AMAZING ceiling detail... Unitarian Church in Charleston SC

  • Greg Imhoff

    The Unitarian Church, Charleston, SC "A fan vault is a form of vault used in the Gothic style, in which the ribs are all of the same curve and spaced equidistantly, in a manner resembling a fan. The initiation and propagation of this design element is strongly associated with England." Wikipedia Something beautiful via repetition of a abstractly simple theme. Not bad at catching the light either.

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