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My ancestors helped build this historical place.

A wood-framed , twin-steepled church rises above the village of Lille, Maine. It stands as a... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2013
David J P
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Maine
Oldest wood church in the valley

The old church is amazing. How such a small community could build such a huge church is beyond me... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2013
Paul_Dumond
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Madawaska, Maine
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3 Nov 2013
“My ancestors helped build this historical place.”
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“French Classic Architecture in Maine”
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Reviewed 3 November 2013

A wood-framed , twin-steepled church rises above the village of Lille, Maine. It stands as a testimony to the faith of the French-speaking parishioners of Acadian and Quebec descent. This former Roman Catholic church celebrated her first mass on New Year's Day 1910. The last...More

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Reviewed 16 July 2013

I drove to the Mont-Carmel Church in Lille, Maine. Built in 1909, this church is on the National Register of Historic places because it is the most intact and architecturally significant of the surviving historic wooden Catholic churches in Maine. The historic Acadian style of...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2013

The old church is amazing. How such a small community could build such a huge church is beyond me. A resored exterior and mostly original interior. The two archangels sculptures are truly amazing...from a famous Quebec Sculpture artist. The president of the association is friendly...More

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