Saint Elias Eastern Orthodox Church, Austin

Saint Elias Eastern Orthodox Church, Austin

Saint Elias Eastern Orthodox Church is the first and only Eastern Orthodox church in downtown Austin. Construction began in 1932 by the Lebanese community. It's architect, John Kassouf, designed the edifice after the Eastern Orthodox churches in Israel. It was raised during the Great Depression, the project sustained by the sales of Lebanese food to the community.

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Sight Name: Saint Elias Eastern Orthodox Church
Sight Location: Austin, USA
Sight Type: Religious
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