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This was my first trip to Columbus, Indiana. I wasn't familiar with what this relatively small city had to offer. After seeing how highly ranked this city is for architecture, I knew that at some point I would like to visit Columbus.
The American Institute of Architects rank Columbus sixth for architectural innovation and design. This small town seems almost out of place on a list that includes such large cities as Chicago, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Washington, DC!

This collection includes my favorite images from a day in Columbus, Indiana.
Stewart BridgeNorth Christian ChurchLast of the leavesThe Shadow CorridorFoggy autumn treesSt. Peter's Lutheran ChurchLarge ArchAT&T Switching StationSun Garden PanelsCleo Rogers Memorial LibraryEos sculptureColumbus City CouncilStewart BridgeCurved corridorStained glass windowNorth Christian ChurchAT&T Switching StationSt. Bartholomew Catholic ChurchColumbus from City HallRed benches under flag