St. Paul's Chapel, New York Photos

St. Paul's Chapel (1766) (Broadway at Fulton St.) attributed to Thomas McBean in Georgian style was where George Washington worshipped in New York. Being near the World Trade Center, the Church became a place of refuge and also a shrine to victims of 9/11.

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Base of City Hall Park looking to St. Paul's Chapel among Western Electric, AT&T, Millenium Hilton, & Buildings. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel facade where George Washington worshipped. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel steeple. New York, NY.
Base of City Hall Park looking to St. Paul's Chapel among Western Electric, AT&T, Millenium Hilton, & Buildings. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel (1766) (Broadway at Fulton St.). New York, NY. Style: Georgian. Architect: Thomas McBean (attrib.). On National Register.St. Paul's Chapel facade where George Washington worshipped. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel steeple (1794). New York, NY. Architect: James Crommelin Lawrence.
St. Paul's Chapel window detail. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel monument to Major Gen. Richard Montgomery who fell in battle in Quebec in 1775. New York, NY.Graveyard of St. Paul's Chapel. New York, NY.
St. Paul's Chapel window detail. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel monument to Major Gen. Richard Montgomery who fell in battle in Quebec in 1775. New York, NY.Graveyard of St. Paul's Chapel. New York, NY.

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