Founded in 1906 by Greek immigrants, the Malbis Plantation in Baldwin County, Alabama, was one of the most successful communes in America. Greek was the everyday language; the Greek Orthodox faith was strictly observed. Together the colonists carved a natural paradise out of the wilderness, living as one family without marriage or children. In the late 1960s, the last colonists pooled their resources to build a Greek Orthodox masterpiece that ranks as one of the most beautiful churches in America.
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