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December 9, 2010

Christmas Decor at the African American Religion Exhibit, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia



African American Religion Exhibit in Colonial Williamsburg. It is located at the Taliferro-Cole Stable near the site of the carriage house where the African American First Baptist Church met in the early 1800s. The exhibit follows the religious history of Africans and their descendants in the area including the organization of the AAFB church.  In 1775, just before the revolution, 52% of Virginia was African-American.

This is the decoratino on the building housing the exhibit.

7 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful, colorful decoration.
Costas

Oakland Daily Photo said...

For some reason the decoration reminds me of early quilts. Good design and colors.

Irredento Urbanita said...

Great colours and textures. Each culture has nice decorations and we could learn of them.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

Spiderdama said...

Beautiful decoration and I like the color very much, looks like autum color.
Thanks for your nice comment always:-)
Wish you a wonderful weekend!

Kaori said...

Wow. I've never see a wreath like this before! The bright autumn colors are perfect for the holidays! :-)

Jamey said...

Beautiful photos!!!

JM said...

Of all decorations you've posted so far (and what a collection it is!), this is my favourite!

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