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Exploring the First German Reformed Church

An exploration of the abandoned First German Reformed Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Constructed in 1850 as the First German Reformed Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, the church served a predominately German-American neighborhood. The congregation folded in 1970 as the population declined and the demographics shifted, although it soon reopened under another congregation and title before closing all together in 1975. A community center purchased the property in 1993, although it has been vacant and deteriorating since.

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