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Lofty view of Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY

2013-01-06 - 200 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Artists staying at the Red Brick Studio will enjoy this view of the twin church spires on Burkesville Street and traffic coming over Meadow Hill on Burkesville Street. In the foreground, the steeple of Columbia United Methodist Church, in the background, the steeple of the Columbia-Union Presbyterian Church. The scene is from the second floor loft living quarters for visiting artists, a spacious area with sleeping quarters for up to eight people, a kitchen, bar, large screen Tv viewing area, and pool table. This window, in the recording star's private bedroom, is from the back of the building. In front, there's a view of the Square and a glimpse of the crown at Begley Chapel.
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