USA/FL: Miami – Plymouth Congressional Church

Miami’s oldest neighborhood of Coconut Grove holds a hidden gem of one the pretties churches in the city and possibly the entire USA – Plymouth Congressional Church. The church was built in 1917 out of coral rock and erected in the style of a classic Spanish Mission churches. The structure was built by a single man, Felix Rebom, using simple construction instruments. The facade has two towers, both now overgrown with vine and very photogenic – a lot of weddings happen at this church. The large backyard had about half a dozen of peacocks running around.