For this week’s Which-Way challenge we go to Oldenburg, a small town just north of I-74 in east-central Indiana. It’s claim to fame is a huge convent that originated here in this off-the-beaten-path site in 1845. The convent occupies the top of a hill in the center of town. All the streets in town radiate out and down from that peak, and they are the focus of this post. The looks at the old buildings are subject of a later post.
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