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Peninsula Reflections

A remarkable photograph of Kenai taken around 1919 by Leon Grove, a teacher who climbed a telegraph pole to obtain an elevated vantage point, has been chosen to hang on the historical wall display downstairs in the new Mountain Tower addition to Central Peninsula Hospital.

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Peninsula Reflections

Three wooden Orthodox crosses were found under the floor of St. Nicholas Chapel in Kenai back in 1972 when the Kenai Historical Society began a project to stabilize the aging building.

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Russian churches are visual treat

The Kenai Peninsula's Russian churches are living testaments of Alaska's rich and colorful past.

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Russian Orthodox churches draw crowds

Providing a link to the past, capturing the attention of innumerable artists and serving the needs of the faithful are the Kenai Peninsula's Russian Orthodox churches.

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