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Paul's Chapel has been in existence in lower Manhattan since 1766 thus
making it well over 239 years old as of this writing in 2005. Also known
as the oldest public building in public use in our city of New York it's
an experience to visit this landmark. Yours truly has passed by and through
its doors quite a number of times over the years especially in the days
following its reopening to the public after September 11, 2001. You should
too if you get the chance while visiting our city. Within is a museum
as well as a tribute to 911.
|The photos above were taken on an extroadinarily beautiful Summer day. The topmost photograph features the spire and its clock. Following this a pic of the church as taken from another angle on the northern most street adjoining the structure. You can see Seven World Trade Center in the background. Following this is a photo of taken from across the street along Broadway during a busy afternoon. Actually, it was the onstart of rush-hour in NYC. Thereafter are the welcoming signs you'll find at the front gate of the church. Last but not least is the front door entrance to St. Paul's Chapel.|
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