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First Presbyterian Church

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::  First Presbyterian Church
609 Brickell Avenue
Year Built: 1949
Architect: Lester Geisler
Date Designated: 2003

a. First Presbyterian Church, home to Miami's oldest congregation, is a distinctive post–World War II example of the Mediterranean Revival style. The building includes the Flagler Memorial Chapel, which contains salvaged portions of the original First Presbyterian Church building constructed in 1900. Railroad magnate Henry M. Flagler, himself a Presbyterian, funded the construction of the original church building.

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