- An old church building that is about 100 years old has shown how strong structures built during the colonial era are
- People said they would like to see how the inside of the building is after reading about it being the most beautiful edifice in its location
- Without revealing where it is situated, Kehinde Kadijat Kadiri, who shared the snaps, stirred people's interest in knowing more about the church
The design of an old church building has stirred up reactions online after its photos were posted by a Facebook user, Kehinde Kadijat Kadiri.
Without mentioning the location of the building, the woman said that the structure is almost 100 years old and still looks beautiful.
The woman also revealed that the church is the most beautiful architectural design in the whole village.
Kehinde stated that the building sparked her curiosity to see how the inside would look. Many people who commented on the photos really wanted to know the location of the structure.
She also asked if they would love to see its interior. The church has a colonial outlook with its early-modern window design.
See her Facebook post below:
Below are some of the reactions to the building:
Folorunso Fatai Adisa said:
"Omo Iya Ibeji this church looks like the one close the farm you consult for."
Temitope Asekhame Adekeye said:
"This looks like patako village, after Olayinka."
On the question of seeing the interior, Toyin Adeponle Ogun said:
"Would love to."
In similar news, Briefly News recently reported on a few Israeli youths who, on Tuesday, August 18, dug up hundreds of gold coins that were buried in a clay vessel for more than a thousand years.
Reuters reports that the Israel Antiquities Authority confirmed that volunteering teenagers at an excavation discovered them at a site where a new neighbourhood was about to be built.
“The person who buried this treasure 1,100 years ago must have expected to retrieve it and even secured the vessel with a nail so that it would not move. We can only guess what prevented him from returning to collect this treasure,” Liat Nadav-Ziv, the excavation director said.
As at the time of writing this report, nobody knows the owner of the treasure as Oz Cohen, one of the volunteers, said that the discovery was really amazing.
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