6191 Quarry Ln.
Independence, OH 44131
Phone: (216) 328-7777
Fax: (216) 524-0403
6191 Quarry Ln., Independence, OH, US, 44131
- Phone: (216) 328-7777
- Fax: (216) 524-0403
Although the congregation can trace its history back to 1837, Independence Presbyterian Church was constructed in 1853. After its dedication in October 1854, the church served the community until 1905, when it was shut down, reopening in 1925. The original structure, which is now an annexed chapel, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
South Broadway area was home to a large number of Czech and Polish immigrants and hence the name Slavic Village became prevalent. Now popularized as the Warszawa Neighborhood District, this district features buildings that have Polish influence over the architectural designs.
Located in the Slavic Village neighborhood of Cleveland, this church is a dedication to St. Stanislaus of Szczepanów, a bishop and martyr. The construction of the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus began in 1886, and saw fruition in 1891; this was spearheaded by Reverend A. F. Kolaszewski, the pastor then. The architecture of the church features Gothic Cathedral style with Polish influences blended in. The ornate altar, comprising various relics and the surrounding stained glass work, gives the interior an opulent look.
A Victorian building made of sandstone, the chapel is one of the most impressive aspects of Cleveland's Riverside Cemetery. Riverside Cemetery Chapel, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987, has been restored since its construction in 1876, and is used for funeral services.
Featuring a unique facade for a church, St. Theodosius Orthodox Cathedral is the first of its kind in Cleveland. Nestled in the city's Tremont neighborhood, this church reflects beautiful Russian architecture designed by Frederick C.Baird. The church features 12 cupola domes representing Jesus Christ's 12 apostles. The church is noted for appearing in the film, The Deer Hunter. Deemed a city landmark, it was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1974.
The Pilgrim Congregational Church is a monumental church site that swanks of immense historical value. It is precisely situated in Cleveland city in the U.S. State of Ohio. The construction of the ancient church building dates back to 1894. It brilliantly depicts the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture. Established on a land cover of less than one acre, the stellar red sandstone elements that enrich the exterior add up to its structural beauty. Presently, the Congregation stands affiliated with the distinguished United Church of Christ. The church site is listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places.
The St. Elizabeth of Hungary is a beautiful church established in 1918 for the Magyar community. Constructed in the Italian Baroque style of architecture, it continues to hold services even today. The splendid architecture of the building is surely mesmerizing. The church was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
The old warehouse in which Bad Racket is located does not warrant a second look. However, the bands often feel at home as soon as they enter the doors of this thriving recording studio. This studio specializes in mixing, digital multi-track recording and, mastering and video production for independent artists/ bands. Needless to say, the rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art recording machines and latest musical instruments. In the past, local performers like Pomegranates, Summerays and Matt Hectorne have performed and recorded their songs here, along with several national artists on tour. Visit their website or call ahead to know more.
Shaker Square is a planned community in the heart of Buckeye-Shaker. This historic shopping plaza was built in the early 20th Century and boasts an American Colonial-Georgian architectural style. It features on the National Register of Historic Places and is reminiscent of its European counterparts.
Metropolitan Campus is a multipurpose campus located within the Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. This well-laid out campus has several amenities such as Science, Engineering and Health Career labs, center for arts and culture, a theater and an auditorium. In addition to these, it also has a lab for recording arts and technology lab and various facilities for athletics including a gym and a swimming pool. The concert theater features several famous bands and the campus as a whole is definitely an interesting place to visit.
Warrensville Heights High School just east of Cleveland is an old building that was originally built in 1964. The structure underwent renovation recently in 2002. The school is a public educational institution and is also home to the Tigers from the Warrensville Heights City School District. Do contact the school for information.
Saint Stephen Roman Catholic Church was established with an aim to serve the German Catholic community residing in Cleveland's western areas. Work on the church began in 1870; it overcame various difficulties, was finally blessed by Bishop Richard Gilmour in 1881, though services at the unfinished church began much earlier. Made of sandstone, this church was designed in the Gothic Revival style by Cudell & Richardson architectural firm. The Saint Stephen Roman Catholic Church is a historic landmark of the city.