St. Patriarch's Church

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St. Patriarch's Church
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Danger Updater MDUDC 23:07, 30 January 2019 (UTC)
St. Patriarch's Church

Nixbank [5, 70]

a junkyard
(Crooketon)
a warehouse
(Crooketon)
the Ketchell Building
(Crooketon)
the Jeandle Monument St. Patriarch's Church Gawen Avenue
a carpark Castlehow Boulevard Dolbridge Plaza

Basic Info:

  • Churches have no internal descriptions.
  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.


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Description

Beautiful St. Patriarch's Church is located at the northern border of Nixbank where the suburb meets Crooketon.

The church is made of a hard grey limestone called Kentish Ragstone. This is a type of "freestone", so-called because it can be cut in any direction, having no grain as, for example, slate does. It was popular because it could be carved into intricate designs such as the lovely examples adorning St. Patriarch's.





Barricade Policy

Churches may be barricaded according to the Nixbank Barricade Plan which is in compliance with the Uniform Barricade Policy*. Nixbank is a peculiar suburb in that it only has 47 buildings. St. Patriarch's is to be kept at Extremely Heavily Barricaded (EHB) level.
Please see Uniform Barricading Policy/Plan Reviews*.

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Revives

For the quickest revives, head to Monro Row [8,76].

Current Status

Please see Building Information Center/Nixbank.

History

The 19th-century church was built in the French Gothic style of Late Gothic Revival architecture. It is a Grade II listed building (i.e., a "particularly important building of more than special interest.")




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