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Dutch Reformed Church at Romopock is also known as Island Church and Ramapo Reformed Church. It is a historic church on Island Road at West Ramapo Avenue in Mahwah, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The church has a Gothic style of architecture and was built in 1789. It got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 5, 1985.
The United States Post Office in Suffern is a historic structure and was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Originally, Suffern got its first post office in 1797 that was built by John Suffer; this post lied unused for many years. Through the time, the post office was relocated several times and eventually in 1931 Suffern received a sanction from the Treasury Department to build a post office. This building represents the Colonial Revival Style of architecture that was prevalent in those days. Though minor changes have been made to the original structure, the overall building is still intact and has remained unchanged.
The Law Offices of Allen A. Kolber, Esq., supports businesses and individuals throughout the five boroughs of NYC and the Hudson Valley. Their clients are entrepreneurs, investors, partnerships, and small to midsize companies and corporations.
Waldwick is a historic railroad station built in 1886 and owned by the New Jersey Transit. It serves on the Bergen County Line and Main Line. Their are plans to restore the station and use it as a museum after the 2034 since it has been leased for now. The station became a part of the National Register of Historic Places and New Jersey Register of Historic Places in 1978 and 1977 respectively.
The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Spring Valley, New York. The parish church was built in 1872 in the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The lancet windows of the church sport some beautiful stained glass details, while the exterior is wooden framed with a gable roof and a gabled porch as well as a steeple. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Constructed in 1936, this is one of the city's oldest post offices established by USPS. Standing the the heart of the city, the post office occupies an expansive Colonial Revival edifice, with striking architectural details. The majestic building's unique design and striking art inside make it one of the city's historic treasures.
Established in 1806, Reformed Dutch Church of Wyckoff is a beautiful stone structure designed by architect Daniel Baldwin. The design of the church blends Gothic Revival and Federal architecture, with a tall tower at its front entrance. The church has been serving the Dutch Reformed Christian community of Wyckoff for over 200 years. Genesis and Traditional worship is conducted here. Children and youngsters can participate in Sunday School, children's ministry and various activities organized for them.
Family law, criminal, DWI/motor vehicle defense services offering prompt, personal attention to inquiries and consultations with evening and weekend appointments available if needed.
Located in the village's downtown area, the Pearl River US Post Office was built in 1935. Like most post offices of the time, it was built by architect Louis Simon, in Colonial Revival style of architecture. As of 1988 the building was listed among U.S National Register for Historic Places. In 2005, as per a Congressional Bill passed by Eliot Engel, the post office was renamed Heinz Ahlmeyer Jr. Post Office, a Vietnam War hero.
Spread over 7 acres (2.8 hectares) of land, this beautiful New Hempstead Presbyterian Church is a beautiful white structure that looks absolutely stunning and peaceful. The green windows looks like a great combination with the white structure and make it look pretty. The church welcomes a diverse congregation to join in to pray in the presence of Christ. The church also organizes several events that keeps the people bound to each other and also attracts and welcomes the tourists warmly.
Located near Eugene Levy Memorial Park, Herb Reisman Sports Complex is a heavenly establishment for sports lovers. Whichever kind of sport you're interested in, the complex will most likely have the facilities for it. If you're interested in swinging the bat and score a few home-runs, there is a baseball field ready for you; if you want to chase the ball or kick it, there is a wide multi-purpose field. Tennis addicts love smashing aces on the two tennis courts. If that wasn't all, there are two basketball courts where players can dunk away to glory. So, gear up, visit Herb Reisman Sports Complex and get your adrenaline pumping!
The Palisades Interstate Parkway was built between 1947-1958 and offers a picturesque 42 mile (67.59 kilometers) from the Bear Mountain Bridge to the George Washington Bridge. Named after New Jersey Palisades, it is only accessible to passenger cars and motorbikes. The scenic byway has three along the route.