1892 – Knox Presbyterian Church, Neepawa, Manitoba

Architect: James H. McDonald

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Knox Presbyterian is an excellent example of the evolution of the Romanesque Revival style in rural Canada. It features rusticated stone surfaces, round-arched windows and a pyramidal bell tower. The church was designed in 1892 by Portage la Prairie architect James H. McDonald. It is a Manitoba Provincial Heritage Site.

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