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LoadingCenter mapTrafficBicyclingTransitMy locationGoogle MapsGet Directions Auburn Rural Studio’s Antioch Baptist ChurchLocated in Perry County | What you’ll find: Architectural Shown is a small church in northwest Perry County, AL that was redesigned …

Auburn Rural Studio’s Antioch Baptist Church

Located in Perry County | What you’ll find: Architectural

Shown is a small church in northwest Perry County, AL that was redesigned and rebuilt by four students from Auburn University’s Rural Studio at Newbern, AL. It was named among the top 100 best designs in the world by New York-based Metropolitan Home ma …

Edmond Pettus Bridge

Located in Dallas County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

The Edmund Pettus Bridge, named for Edmund Winston Pettus, a Confederate brigadier general, and eventual U.S. Senator, is a bridge in Selma, Alabama. It is infamous as the site of the conflict of Bloody Sunday (March 7, 1965), where armed officers atta …

Lowndes County Courthouse

Located in Lowndes County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

The Lowndes County Courthouse is a historic courthouse building in Hayneville, AL. It has served as the Lowndes County courthouse since 1856. The Greek Revival-style building is one of only four antebellum courthouses that remain in use in Alabama. It …

Marengo County Driving Tour: Architecture

Located in Marengo County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical | Trips

Demopolis On March 3, 1817, Congress passed an Act which paved the way for the settling of Demopolis by a group of political exiles who had been banished from France by King Louis XVIII following the abdication of Napoleon Bonaparte. The act granted fo …

Marion Female Seminary Building

Located in Perry County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical | Museum

Founded in 1835, this was one of the earliest colleges for women in the United States. It was the first of four colleges established in Marion, AL. This building was erected in 1850. It contained the art studio of Nicola Marschall, a German-American ar …

Monroe County’s Piney Woods Driving Tour: Tour IV

Located in Monroe County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical | Trips

Leave Courthouse Square on Hwy 21 South. Travel 4.1 miles to Hwy. 136 east. Turn left. Continue on 136 east 3.2 miles to Excel, home of Leroy Jordan, football great who played for the University of Alabama under Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, and later for …

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (c. 1880)

Located in Conecuh County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

The first Episcopalian minister came to Evergreen in December 1870.  This Episcopalian church was built circa 1880.  Prior to this, the Episcopalian congregation held their services at the Union Church which was a community church that all denomination …

The Naheola Bridge

Located in Choctaw County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

The Naheola Bridge was, until 2000, one of only two bridges in the world where automobile traffic and railroad traffic shared the same running surface. In 2001 a new bridge was constructed for automobile traffic, as the old bridge was one narrow lane i …

Visitation Catholic Church

Located in Clarke County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

  The Visitation Catholic Church is a Mission style building with stucco wall treatment. It was built around 1940. This church is a contributing property to the Jackson Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. …

Western Marion Historic District: An In-depth Exploration

Located in Perry County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical | Trips

In 1817, when the US government officially incorporated Alabama Territory, settlers flooded into this region, drawn by its forested hills, prairie grasslands, and rich Black Belt soil. They brought with them skills, values, and cultural institutions—in …

White-Force Cottage

Located in Dallas County | What you’ll find: Architectural | Historical

This Italianate-style cottage is located beside the historic Sturdivant Hall in Selma, AL. It  was built in 1859 for Mr. and Mrs. Clement Billingslea White. Mrs. White was the former Martha Todd of Lexington, Kentucky, and a half-sister of Mary Todd Li …

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