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The majestic Mont La Salle Chapel has served as a city landmark since the year 1932. A fine specimen of Mission Style and Spanish Romanesque architectural styles, it radiates calm and serenity and has been used for a number of educational and religious purposes ever since it was founded. The chapel complex also boasts of a well-designed conference venue, while the chapel itself remains an idyllic spot for wedding receptions, concerts and other events.
The First Presbyterian Church at Napa in California is a historical church site located on Third Street, Napa. Constructed in 1874, it has adapted the magnificent Gothic style of architecture as evidenced by its tall bell tower, mullioned windows and arched doors. Damaged during the 2014 earthquake, the church has been renovated and is once more open to visitors. This beautiful church features on the National Register of Historic Places and its definitely worth visiting while in Napa.
Built in 1873, Church of the Incarnation is an Episcopal Church believed to have been made from the wood of redwood trees. There are also 14 wood carvings on the church walls as well as stained glass windows. The carvings depict stories and moments from the life of Jesus quite magnificently while the stained glass windows add to the ethereal beauty of the church. After the earthquake of 1906, the church also doubled up as a rectory and morgue for a period of time. It’s also one of the few churches to have remained in continuous use since its construction.