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    »Asbury Hall at the Church

    With it's ribbed Gothic architecture, teasing your senses as you enter the hall, Asbury stands as a renovated clean reception venue located inside The Church. With the lightest tint of olive-green splashed in unison, over the walls and the ceilings, the Asbury Hall exudes a decent get up. The simple lighting designed in a way that resembles bright polka dots up above, makes for an interesting decor along side the ribs of the ceiling. Not a bad choice for a decent wedding. The venue also holds events and concerts.

    341 Delaware Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14202

    »Golden Ballroom @ The Statler Towers

    Located in the Statler Tower, the Golden Ballroom exudes grandeur and opulence from every corner. This vast meeting space is used for various events, be it corporate or private. The state-of-art amenities and extensive menu makes every occasion a special one. Give them an opportunity to plan your event and you won't regret any bit of it!

    107 Delaware Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14202

    »Trinity Episcopal Church

    Included in State and National Registers of Historic Places, the Trinity Episcopal Church represents developed America. It stands for the major changes in various fields of designing, architecture and the overall art scenario. The church's complex is a treasure trove for historians and art buffs who love to explore exclusive art forms and designs. The church certainly lives up to its rich heritage and continues its legacy. Spirituality and faith in Christianity form the core of this church and its activities. Benefit programs, charity functions, kids-oriented events and other such activities are a regular feature here. For more information, check website.

    371 Delaware Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14202

    »Buffalo

    There is a lot to do in Buffalo. This second largest city in New York has a diverse culture, beautiful scenery, extraordinary architecture, music concerts, and much more. The city has been home to many African-Americans including the Abolitionist leader such as William Wells Brown. Known for its snowy winters, it has one of the sunniest and the driest summers as well. Talk about diversity.

    Buffalo
    Buffalo, NY 14201

    »Durham Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church

    Durham Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church was earlier known as St. Luke's A.M.E. Zion Church. It is one of the oldest surviving churches associated with the Buffalo A.M.E. Zion congregations. It was built in 1920 and is located in Buffalo in Erie County, New York. It got added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 15, 1983.

    174 East Eagle Street
    Buffalo, NY 14204

    »Buffalo General Hospital

    Wellness programs, diagnostic services, rehabilitation and geriatric living, as well as acute and home care. Emergency and surgical services, obstetrics, pediatrics and adult and pediatric transplant services.

    100 High Street
    Buffalo, NY 14203

    »Westminster Presbyterian Church

    Since its foundation in 1854, the Westminster Presbyterian Church has been welcoming people of diverse race and culture. One of the more progressive parishes in the city, the church strives to spread the word of Jesus Christ through novel ways, while still retaining the traditional essence of His teachings. The church also, as a way of motivating people to participate in the church, organizes numerous musical and cultural programs. For more information please see the website.

    724 Delaware Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14209

    »First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo

    Founded in the year 1812, the First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo is considered to be one of the oldest churches in the city. The church is very esteemed and has a large following. The council of this church share a mission to gather followers and create community bonding. Besides, the architecture of the church is worth looking at for its beauty and historic importance. If you are in the city make sure to visit the First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo and attend a service or one of the many interesting events held here.

    One Symphony Circle
    Buffalo, NY 14201

    »Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club

    It is a historic clubhouse building in Buffalo, New York. Constructed in the year 1916, it features a Classic Revival style of architecture. The clubhouse has two-and-a-half stories with white exteriors, slanted gable roofs in grey, arches on all sides, and a brown tower on the top. It is a privately-owned clubhouse that offers tennis and squash courts, lessons, programs and various events. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2008.

    314 Elmwood Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14222

    »Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo

    The Children's Hospital of Buffalo is dedicated to providing pediatric and women's health care to the Western New York area. It's also the teaching hospital for the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Emergency room on-site.

    219 Bryant Street
    Buffalo, NY 14222

    »Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation

    Formerly referred to as the North Presbyterian Church, the Hellenic Orthodox Church of Annunciation is a beautiful historic church. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it has adapted the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture.

    146 West Utica Street
    Buffalo, NY 14222

    »Corpus Christi R. C. Church Complex

    Corpus Christi R. C. Church Complex is located on Buffalo's historic East Side. The church complex has a series of buildings like the Kolbe Center, Sears Street Hall, rectory, convent and the huge sandstone church that towers over the neighborhood. The architectural style of the buildings here are Romanesque. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 27, 2007.

    199 Clark Street
    Buffalo, NY 14212
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