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Malbis Memorial Church


category : Historic Churches
Greek Orthodox Church of Byzantine architecture opened in 1965 in memory of Jason Malbis, founder of Malbis Plantation. Murals depicting life of Christ. Carved marble and vivid stained glass create work of religious art.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open M-F 10-4; call for weekend schedule.
Address: 29300 Co. Rd. 27
Phone: 251-626-3050
Fax: 251-626-6703

Come visit us in Daphne, Alabama

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General Andrew Jackson's Oak at Village Park

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Old Methodist Church & Cemetery/Daphne Historic Mu

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