St. Bernard's Church [pronounced BERNerdz] is a historic stone masonry church at 44 University Avenue in Akron, Ohio. The original church was built in 1861, on the current site of the National Inventor's Hall of Fame S.T.E.M. school. The current church building was begun in 1902, and opened in 1905. It features a German Baroque Romanesque style. St. Bernard Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The church was designed by noted Akron-born architect William P. Ginther, whose legacy of prominent Catholic church buildings is particularly robust in his native Ohio and neighboring states.

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  • St. Bernard's Church [pronounced BERNerdz] is a historic stone masonry church at 44 University Avenue in Akron, Ohio. The original church was built in 1861, on the current site of the National Inventor's Hall of Fame S.T.E.M. school. The current church building was begun in 1902, and opened in 1905. It features a German Baroque Romanesque style. St. Bernard Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The church was designed by noted Akron-born architect William P. Ginther, whose legacy of prominent Catholic church buildings is particularly robust in his native Ohio and neighboring states. (en)
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  • St. Bernard's Church [pronounced BERNerdz] is a historic stone masonry church at 44 University Avenue in Akron, Ohio. The original church was built in 1861, on the current site of the National Inventor's Hall of Fame S.T.E.M. school. The current church building was begun in 1902, and opened in 1905. It features a German Baroque Romanesque style. St. Bernard Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The church was designed by noted Akron-born architect William P. Ginther, whose legacy of prominent Catholic church buildings is particularly robust in his native Ohio and neighboring states. (en)
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