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Glendale Springs, population 360, in Ashe County, exudes small town charm. The town's centerpiece is Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, built in 1901. Every year over 80,000 visitors come to the church to view Ben Long's 17 1/2 x 19 foot Last Supper fresco. Other attractions in the town include the Glendale Springs Inn and Restaurant, the Northwest Trading Post, and Silver Designs by LouE.
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37163
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Old and New Worlds, along with the Renaissance and modern day, meld in the fresco painted by Ben Long, who studied the art form in Italy before bringing it to this Episcopal church’s walls. Long, also the painter of the frescoes in St. Mary’s in West Jefferson, has helped make these churches popular visitation spots, who the author numbered at 50,000 people annually.
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37030
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Old and New Worlds, along with the Renaissance and modern day, meld in the fresco painted by Ben Long, who studied the art form in Italy before bringing it to this Episcopal church’s walls. Long, also the painter of the frescoes in St. Mary’s in West Jefferson, has helped make these churches popular visitation spots, who the author numbered at 50,000 people annually.