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  City Church
by mrclay2000

The CityChurch (built downtown in 1910) is unique among Oklahoma City churches, with its white facade, heavy entablature and gilded central dome. Two smaller cupolas flank the main feature, and though these illumine at night, the lighting on the central dome is meager at best. By day, the corinthian capitals and the stately front staircase glow with the brightness of the noonday sun, making this prominent structure stand out in all its original glory. The interior unfortunately is strictly functional, and in no way complements the outward appearance.

Address: 136 NW 10
Directions: 6 blocks due north of Oklahoma City National Memorial, on Robinson Avenue. Note: Robinson is southbound one-way. Take a parallel street (Harvey or Broadway) northbound until you see the dome.
Phone: 405/232-3232

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Mar 28, 2003
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