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A good new guess for twin spires: Free Union SBC

Comments re: Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene

Richard Raines writes:
They appear to be steeples of a church that has an older building with a new sanctuary attached to their old building. I know Free Union Separate Baptist Church at Sano fits this discription and if you were looking at the front of the building from the road, the new, larger sanctuary would be to the right of the old one (as in this picture), but I don't remember if roof is taller on new sanctuary. --Richard Raines
Thanks, Richard Raines: Another good guess. And, while it's not two attached churches, the situation in the photo is somewhat similar. And you've added another clue. You are denominationally correct, we'll add that to the earlier ones, that it is depth of field illusion, that it is two church buildings, and that it is not in Columbia. -EW

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