Just a bridge in Virginia.
Jamestown Church was established in 1607 by the first permanent English colony settlers in America. Pocahontas (depicted in the statue below) attended this church during her stay at the colony and was actually baptized and married at Jamestown Church. On my recent visit to this national historic landmark, I learned that the foundation was rediscovered by archeologists who have retrieved hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the site since 1994. The church that we see today was built back in 1907 as a gift to Preservation Virginia from the National Society of Colonial Dames of American. The brick church tower has the noble title of being the only surviving seventeenth century structure at Jamestown. I’ve included a link below the photograph that explains in better detail the discovery and restoration process of this magnificent piece of American history.
At the present time, it is unfortunate that visitors to the site cannot view this piece of our ancestral heritage due to the shutdown of all national parks.