This building is now a private residence surrounded by 'Italian cemetery trees'. Can only be seen from afar. Building stands out amongst the town. It is on the road to the State Park Museum which offers a nice view of the building. Cannot go inside.
We had a terrible time finding this place, but we didn't give up, and someone was finally able to help us find it. It's on the road to the State Park (at the Y in the road on the way to Jerome, take the right fork)---and it's halfway down that road to the State park. You'll recognize it by the... 更多
As others have said, the church is now a private residence, so I was not able to see the interior. I just looked at it from afar. (I would give it a higher rating, had I been able to get closer.) It is really cool. I would love to see it up close. I would love to see the interior.
This former church, now a private residence like a number other historic buildings in Jerome, was built by Sabino Gonzales between 1939 and 1941 using stucco, wire mesh and disassembled blasting powder boxes from the local mines. The church was built as a place of worship for Mexican mining families as they were not permitted to enter Anglo churches due... 更多
The church is now a private residence and can only be viewed from a distance. Still, it's beautiful and worth taking a peek at if you head out to Jerome State Park.
Nice to see from far away and a shame that you cannot get close to the church. It is not open and the road to walk to the church is also closed. Too bad...
The building known as the Powder Box Church is now a private residence. You can see it from the lower... 更多