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Dormition of the Virgin Mary Orthodox Church, Binghamton

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54 Baxter Street, Binghamton, NY 13905

Website: https://binghamtonorthodox.org/about_orthodoxy

Date of Construction: 1900-1949

Style: Modern with Eastern Orthodox Ornament

Architect / Builder: Mather & Carlton


Three gold-toned domes dominate front facade of the church. Locally known as St. Mary’s Church, the first service was held in 1916. The congregation was established by immigrants from Galicia in Eastern Europe. Interior contains a unique Iconostasis and the vestibule is dominated by a spectacular mural of the Virgin Mary, the namesake of the church.

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