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St. Patrick's Cathedral Photos

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Known as the seat of the Archbishop of New York, Edward M. Egan, St. Patrick's Cathedral is the largest of its kind in the United States. So large that it can seat about 2,200 people and has a spire which rises 330 feet above street level. Visited by millions of folks year round it's quite the site and attraction in midtown Manhattan. The Structure and its architecture may very well stop anyone in their tracks. Located on Fifth Avenue between 50th & 51st Streets just across from the buildings which make up Rockefeller Center this locale can also be considered as the cornerstone of Catholicism in America. Construction on St. Patrick's Cathedral began in 1858 with its doors not opening until 1879. This was to be thought of as James Renwick's, architect (1818-1895), greatest achievements...and rightfully so. The brand of architectural style applied here is known as Gothic Revival.

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