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The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

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It’s the largest cathedral in the world! As soon as you walk in, you get the strange sensation of feeling physically tiny at the same time that your mind is expanding. Gazing around, calming stained-glass windows and sculptures surround you. Right outside, the Cathedral’s cross-shaped Biblical Garden is a lovely place to reflect under a shady tree. Look for the works and faces of notables like Keith Haring, George Nakashima, Shakespeare, and Einstein sculpted into the walls. This place is filled with many little secrets.
Yukiko Naoi &
Yukiko Naoi &
February 15, 2017

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John Rudolph
John Rudolph
September 3, 2019
Check out the largest cathedral in North America and an outrageous sculpture in the garden next door. Lots of funny and unique details to observe inside and out. **Worth the walk!** (112th & Broadway)
Julie
Julie
December 30, 2019
Largest gothic cathedral in the US
Alicia
Alicia
October 1, 2019
Architecture, art and music. A lot goes on here year round. Check out their website for details.
John
John
December 23, 2019
Has never been completed ...
Chad
Chad
September 11, 2019
A beautiful cathedral open to the public.
Ali
Ali
December 15, 2019
This is the 4th Church and Cathedral combination in the world! Magnificent interior and exterior architecture.

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1047 Amsterdam Ave
Manhattan, NY 10025
Téléphone+1 212-316-7540
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