It's a lovely religious tribute, and would be a photographer's paradise. Since its designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, its not "traditionally" styled, though it appears to be a respectfully *inspired* version of the traditional Greek Orthodox church elements.
Our experience/access was limited, because we were unable to view the interior. It appeared that there are no regular visitation hours. One must call first.
The decorative sign at the campus entrance(stylized Byzantine cross in circle on a mound by the street approaching the Church) was rotting. It's restoration would likely be very costly. Advertised tour hours with a 'donation request' would be very reasonable, and may make parishners' (Annunciation's faithful stewards) duty easier to shoulder.
There is nothing not to like about this place whether you are a tourist or a resident. I attend this church and I feel no matter your religion you should take the time to stop in and I feel that you will really be moved by this great structure.
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